[nSLUG] Electronics Engineering Tech/NSCC

David Buck davebuck at eastlink.ca
Sat Sep 6 18:57:37 ADT 2008

Hi Gordon,
Try Googling 'electronic breadboad', lots of info.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Havea Notherpuff" <haveanotherpuff at gmail.com>
To: "NSLUG" <nslug at nslug.ns.ca>
Sent: Saturday, September 06, 2008 3:27 PM
Subject: [nSLUG] Electronics Engineering Tech/NSCC

>I am just starting a two year course at Kingstec(NSCC), taking
> Electronics Engineering Tech(EETN), I am a mature 46 year old student
> and been disabled so need to find a less labour intensive job and this
> is the one I picked, not real sure what I got myself into but find it
> hard already, but will probably click into it soon enough to make it
> through. What I was wondering is if any of you other Linux user know
> of any applications that I can make use of ; such as an electronic
> bread-board and other apps that make it so I can have sort of my own
> lab here on my computer. I usually have used Mepis  but think I might
> switch to just Debian, or what ever is the best and easiest  the best
> one with the source list for this kind of applications, I am pretty
> ignorant at this pint about anything to do with EETN, learning binary
> for first time and have never even heard of boolean algebra, but was
> told if I could do grade 12 math I could do this, hope so,LOL. Any
> help with  this subject is going to make my life   a lot easier that
> without it so please let me know about any apps you might have used or
> heard of,
> Thanks in advance; fellow NSLUG menber:
> Gordon(Haveanotherpuff)
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