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Engineering - Electrical Engineering What Have I Gotten...

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Electrical Engineering: What Have I Gotten Myself Into? Cohen Steed, AEP Engineer Fluke Networks, Colorado Springs
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2 Questions This makes no sense to do if you don’t ask questions. You’re going to have a lot of people talk about Engineering while you’re at school here: instructors, lab TA’s, tutors, visiting engineers, etc. The best way to learn anything is to ask questions about the details you don’t get. So, while I’m talking, think of a question you’d like to ask. If I don’t answer it, ask it during the Q & A. If I don’t get to you during the Q & A, you have options: Email me; Ask Dr. Telang; or Ask another instructor or upper-class student. No matter what, get an answer ! Engineering is ALL ABOUT asking questions.
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3 Overview Introduction Why EE? The Other Skills EE 302 is Relevant Wrap-Up, Q & A
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4 Introduction – Who is this guy, anyway? 2007 B.S.EE from UT Austin IEEE Power Engineering Society Founder, VP, Pres EE 302, 339 : Telang Other Work Experience: Network Analysis and Performance Engineering – Fluke Networks Reactor Operator - US Navy
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