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- To: "Seaint@Seaint. Org" <seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
- Subject: Re: ENERCALC
- From: "S. Gordin" <mailbox(--nospam--at)sgeconsulting.com>
- Date: Fri, 30 Sep 2005 10:02:22 -0700
<...>Easy to refute opinionions like that, then, and this is the perfect place to do it.<...>
Mike Brooks' post did exactly that - he wrote that there were no complaints from this particular client in three years. Based upon Mr. Grassley's post, his company continued to use Enercalc during that period.
At this point, Mr. Grassley's post is exposed to what is really was, with nothing further to be substantiated.
<...> I see Mike Brooks is registered which is a good sign, but I also have direct experience with another developer who proudly displays
the P.E. after his name and never practiced a day in his life.<...>
This type of statement is not the fist one in this thread, and I am a little bit troubled by it. This statement alludes that Mike Brooks, in spite of his highest structural engineering qualifications, is not being really aware of what is going on in the real professional world.
I never met Mike, but I spoke to him several times on the phone, discussing issues and questions regarding Enercalc. The licenses he has duly reflect the fact that Mike Brooks is a professional engineer, and a good one, too.
Like Mr. Grassley's post, this innuendo is absolutely unjustified - at best.
If Mike would decide to do design, he will be at least as good as any California SE, and for sure better than many; in this case, however, we would not have Enercalc, and somebody else would have to take this quite undeserved rap :).
Chris, why don't you personally give Enercalc a try?
Steve Gordin SE
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