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Re: Part IV: Developing Software for Your Test Application
flared0ne   6/7/2012 4:46:08 PM
I'm leaning toward checking out some of the group-shared workspace packages available out there; don't know if they're readily/freely available as browser add-ins, and they tend to have a bit of head-end expense (if you pick one which is based upon using a whiteboard, for example). But I've been seeing commercials on public TV for some of these packages with sketch-pads and graphics etc.


Online learning and online tutorials have made some nice progress, but I don't think ~WE here~ are necessarily keeping up. Quite. Might be a good suggestion for DigiKey/DesignNews to consider -- if they can "Up-tech" their interactive classes (make the "interactive" a bit more flexible, say) their attendance and satisfaction will increase.

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