On a sunny day in 2007, I stumbled on an awesome domain, and I decided I should buy it. For 14 years, I have planned the launch of an Engineering Consulting company at N23D. As a working engineer, I have learned a lot about engineering design and manufacturing, and I’ve I spent my days wishing I could simply find a place to design and machinery to run.
But land, machinery, servers and people don’t just appear. You need a good plan, and you need money. I had hoped to find some investors through getting an MBA, but I failed. Nobody heard my pitch, nobody saw my vision and nothing came of it. Nobody is going to help me do this.
So I’ve decided to do this myself. I’ve worked my ass off, spent every free dime to pay off the mortgage, learned as much as I can, and now is the time for it to pay off. I made big plans, but I had no idea it would take so long to get anything going. And I had no idea that nobody would help. Or understand. That was a really painful lesson.
In the meantime, I learned how to develop business processes and streamline software, specifically using .NET and CAD. My experience with SolidWorks Product Data Management taught me everything I need to know about quality control and I can design an engineering company in ways that are unparalleled.
The image you see above, is the new windows server. 16 cores, 196GB RAM sever, and ready to scale the N23D domain. The original server is now free to host SQL, task hosts, and the TwitterBeast.
Never give up my friends!