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Healthcare.gov: Who’s To Blame?

Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Opinion: Not sure how contractors did not expect the site traffic (volume). Besides that, the contractors do have very valid points. If true, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) did not allow enough time for end-to-end testing. With a website that […]

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Despite Flaw With iPhone’s iOS7, Use It

After feeling the pressure from law enforcement officials from many municipalities, Apple became the first major cell phone manufacturer to incorporate an anti-theft function (activation lock) in its operating system (OS). You may remember that I commented on the cell phone manufacturers and wireless providers resistance to help reduce cell phone theft (Opinion: Why Won’t […]

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Kirchoff’s Voltage Law

This video shows how to use Kirchoff’s Voltage Law on a circuit. This video came from the January 2013 Certified Electronic Technician Exam Prep. Bootcamp held on the campus of Georgia Tech by Dr. Clyde A. Lettsome, PhD, PE, MEM. This course is offered every January and June.

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Ohm’s Law

This video shows how to use ohms law in a circuit. This video came from the January 2013 Certified Electronic Technician Exam Prep. Bootcamp held on the campus of Georgia Tech by Dr. Clyde A. Lettsome, PhD, PE, MEM. This course is offered every January and June.

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Voltage Division

This video shows how to voltage division in a circuit. Voltage division is a circuit analysis technique used to find the voltage dropped across a resistor that is in a series circuit with other resistor. In order to find the voltage across a specific resistor in a set of series resistors, form a proportion between […]

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