That’s a solid background you’ve got.
I was interested in electronics as a kid, and went to a technical school after high school.
I worked as an electronic assembler for a couple years, which gave me plenty of soldering experience.
I’ve been an electronic tech at my current company for over 30 years. They repair telecommunications equipment for phone companies, and is almost all cellular now.
Because it was something I liked, my career wasn’t a chore to me, thank God.
I wish you well :-)
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If you can read, write, and do math....thank a teacher!
Although I really didn’t do well in school, I learned enough to survive. It was my own fault.
The good thing is, just because I got out of school, learning didn’t have to end. While I’m no Einstein, I did make some improvements over the years :-)
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Why do I feel like suddenly the bell curve in class moved from the 70 range upwards to the 90 range? Did we motivate the kids to improve their grades a little too much? Nope! Keep it up!
I know this is going to sound horrible, but the phrase was: Bad Boys [email protected] Our Young Girls, But Violet Gives Willingly.
Each of the words went with a color - black, brown, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet, gray, white.
I can still remember it, so I guess it worked, even though we don’t need it for the stuff we work on today :-)
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With our current rush to outter space here's another.....
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Yeah, I studied 2 years as an electrical engineer, 2 additional years as a computer engineer, continuing education a my job as a network engineer, and 15 years working as a consultant at IBM. Mostly in the repair and computer antivirus division. I also spent 5 years as a mail carrier. I've been around the block. Literally and figuratively.