Currently I work for a local government. I prepare public space civil engineering projects for wich I create drawings , specifications and visualisation. This work contains maintenance and reconstruction of sewers and roads, parks and suburbs.I'm also a CAD application manager for our department and I'm expanding this to other departments.I've been using Microstation since Microstation SE. Previous to that I was a AutoCAD user. There was no budget these days to re-educate me into a Microstation draftsman, so I had to teach myself. That made me come up with a lot of workarounds; macro's, configurations, GUI-modifications, and more things that made the program work the way I felt it could or should.
Through the years I've learned that if someone can make something, then someone else can change it, brake it, or enhance it, so I like to keep things open for editing to most users. It's a way to stimulate innovation by others. To have people take responsibility for their mistakes and credit for their achievements. To climb a mountain path one obstacle at a time.