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Browsing Reddit's r/homelab is inspiring. The forum is filled with impressive setups. When I was browsing, I was inspired, but also overwhelmed on where to start.

Rather than jumping into a complicated set up, I've opted to start with something rather simple.

· 9 min read

I graduated from university with a degree in electrical engineering, and for the last five years, I worked at GE Aviation Systems. I worked in one of their subdivisions as an avionics and aircraft power systems engineer for three (3) years and as a hardware engineer for my last two years. I learned a lot in my time in the aviation industry. However, after five years, I needed a change.