Welcome to Jeff Beeden's Website. Now that you are here I have decided to greet you with the infamous greeting from the "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy," "." Please notice that these words are in large, friendly letters.
Luckily my website does not require hydro-carbons or fissile material, because this site is
Now that you are at my website you probably noticed the name Joeseffus. The name originates from a British movie called Bernard and the Genie, which is an excellent flick. In the movie, the genie's name is Joeseffus (Unfortunately, I grossly misspelled the name, and Joeseffus is what evolved). Below you can see a picture of Joeseffus' head floating around. In real life Joeseffus goes by the name of Lenny Henry.
I graduated from Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ in May of 2003. At the small campus on a short hill overlooking the heart of Manhattan I majored in Mechanical Engineering.
Then, I went back... I graduated from Stevens again in May of 2008 with a Master of Business Administration in Technology Management with a concentration in Project Management degree.
Now I teach as an adjunct professor at Middlesex County College - so far it is fun...
A while back, I wrote a paper on The Future of Nuclear Power for the International Conference on Nuclear Engineering in Tokyo, Japan. This happened to have been the eleventh occurance of this particular event and I am a contributing author to ICONE11. I spent 10 days in Japan touring nuclear facilities and attending the three day conference in Tokyo. During the conference I presented my paper on the Future of Nuclear Power. Take a look; the paper is not long, nor is it intensive, just have fun while reading.
Recently, I started my own Engineering consulting company, Engineering Driven Design PC and I provide expert engineering consulting to the construction industry. I've spent the last 15 years in the engineering field and have a lot of experience to call upon to add value to any project.
In December of 2007 I visited London for a week and Paris the following week. It was an awesome time. I highly recommend both of the hotels where I stayed. In the Paddington section of London, I stayed at the Shaftesbury Paddington Hotel. In Paris I stayed at Le Cinq, which was located in the Quatier Latin.
Most nights I at at the Pride of Paddington pub in London, where the staff was always friendly. In Paris I made new friends and tasted new drinks at L'academie de la biere, a most excellent brasserie!
I have a MySpace page that has the most successful movie to come our of our production company! The Movie is Dead Butterfly Dream. You should take a look. Send me an email and let me know what you think! Oh, by the way, ignore the beeps.
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