Barbe “Don Pramis” Israel Jr is a Author/ Hobbyist by heart and Engineer as a profession, with lots of experience in Electronics and also Electrical. His background in Electronics, and Electrical inform him mindful but competitive approach.
Don is fueled by his passion for understanding the nuances of Electronics. He considers himself a ‘forever student,’ eager to both build on his academic foundations in Electronics and Electrical Engineering and stay in tune with the latest digital strategies through continued coursework.
His hunger for knowledge and determination to turn information into action has contributed to his success.
Meanwhile, he vastly improved the productivity of his team by implementing strategic project management strategies and ensuring a work-life balance for his department. Don believes mindfulness in the workplace is key to success – a tenet he lives out through his interests in Electronics, Digital world, programming, robotics, photography, travel, cryptocurrency, marine aquatic, and painting.
Don is currently working on a project in robotics and linux as a freelance and is always interested in a challenge. Reach out to info[@]donpramis[.]com to connect or follow him in social media!
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