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SparkFun Electronics to Teach an Eagle PCB Layout Class

Clive Maxfield
12/6/2012 07:35 PM EST

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Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   12/7/2012 10:54:08 PM
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Hence my FPGA course next week http://university.eetimes.com/lecture-calendar.asp?cid=902#lecture_track_cgid_3

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Max The Magnificent   12/7/2012 10:53:30 PM
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Of course I do (but they refuse to share)

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David Ashton   12/7/2012 7:09:25 AM
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Thanks for the offer...but I am in Australia...which is about as far from anywhere as you could get! Seriously though, I need to get off my butt, load it and just get into it and teach myself....it's just that someone teaching you can give you twice the information in half the time if you are receptive.... Thanks again

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AlabamaEng   12/6/2012 11:21:25 PM
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Where are you? I could teach a class on Eagle as well as those guys.

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David Ashton   12/6/2012 8:35:58 PM
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Max, do you know anyone with a Star Trek teleporter that could beam me over to Boulder for this?

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