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Steve Manley
Member Since: June 5, 2014
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Steve Manley (a.k.a. Steve the Sensational) is a Desktop Consultant for a large IT outsourcing company. Steve specializes in the creation and deployment of Windows images within the UK Nuclear Industry. He moved from a C&I maintenance role at the UK's flagship Nuclear power station (Sizewell B) in the late 1990's into IT support and has enjoyed working in this field ever since.

Steve obtained an HNC in Electronics way back in the early 1980's and now has multiple areas of expertise that include analog and digital electronics design and embedded software development. As a hobby, he loves anything and everything to do with systems involving flashing lights.



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