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    Oct 13, 2016
    | No strong feelings either way.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    This course will define if you were meant for a career in technology. It will cover basic essentials of computing, binary functions and boolean equations. Many in the course are upset due to the minimal course work and low grade. This is because the material is fact based and not opinion based. If you do not pay attention and attempt to perform in the class you will not do well, guaranteed.

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    Based on the description of the course I presented, I was pleased with myself and ability to excel. Since this is such a defining course to take in terms of education and career progress it leaves one with a sense of satisfaction when you are able to walk away with new found knowledge. I feel as though I now have the understanding to program a simple circuit and comprehend logic equations to ensure their proper functions.

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    3-5 hours

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    Do not expect the teacher to provide you with the answers. This course requires 9 hours of studying a week. 3-5 should suffice. The instructor is ultimately a window to the material and should not be relied on because you will dive further into the realm of software engineering after this course.

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