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engineering that can give you a formal education in electronics. Whether or not
that translates to the ability to intuit electronic circuits depends on the school and
how you leverage your experience. That said, I’ve found hands-on experience the
best teacher regardless of the learning environment. You have to get your hands
dirty to truly understand electronics. So, get that soldering iron ready. NV
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