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Augusta University students participate in Georgia Cyber Center soldering workshop

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Augusta University computer science students gathered at The Garage at the Georgia Cyber Center’s Shaffer MacCartney Building on Wednesday to learn—or brush up on—their hardware skills

The Cyber Center partnered with AU’s JAGByte Living Learning Community and Cybertronics Makers Club to coordina...

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  1. I spent 10 years as a bench Tech for NCR in Liberty SC and had to take a 40 soldering class. I am a SMT certified sordering Tech and I can certainly understand the importance of a program such as this one. A great starting point. But once you can install a 108 pin chip by hand – then you have some skill.

  2. I’m glad to see students interested in classes like this. These are very important for the future of the automotive industry. Can’t wait for the Automotive Tech School at the Old Johnson Cadillac bldg. to get started. Thanks to Jim Hudson Lexus, The Augusta National and others for their very generous donation to get this going.

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