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Welding course

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Josephl01

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Hello all,
I'm working as an FPGA designer. I am new to this job and I'm just learning it. They advised me to take up a welding course as it will be useful once I complete learning this job. I am not much aware of those courses. I found few welding courses online, but I am confused on which course to take up. Can you please guide me? Which course will be best suitable for my job??
 

JimB

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How will welding help you as an FPGA designer? Please clarify.

Or, did some unkind soul see your soldering efforts and suggested that you would do better as a welder?

Or, is this just spam? Enquiring minds need to know.

JimB
 

Josephl01

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I'm not very sure about it. As I am new to this job, they just told me that a welding course may help me in my job. They didn't insist me. I'm not completely aware of their intention on asking me to take up a course. That's why I am here to get your suggestions. I'll ask them why they told me to take up a course on welding and will let you know. They have a welding and fabrication work field too. So I thought that maybe they could've told me to take the course so that I can work there too. I'm not sure. I'll let you know once I clear all my doubts. Anyway, thanks for your opinion JimB.
 

atferrari

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Ir is worrying that you need to ask about this. Troll preparing the field for something else?
 

Josephl01

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I'm sorry if my questions seem to be silly or if I sound like spam or troll. I am clueless, that's why I came here. This is my first job and I have no experience in any field of work. I thought that I could get an idea here as many will be working in different fields. Sorry for confusing you all.
 

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cowboybob

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... This is my first job and I have no experience in any field of work. ...
A remarkable admission. FPGA design requires a somewhat complex skill set.

There may be a certain language barrier here. I can't really tell.
 

Ian Rogers

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A remarkable admission. FPGA design requires a somewhat complex skill set.

There may be a certain language barrier here. I can't really tell.
Reminds me of my brother.... Went for a job designing a automatic emergency power system.. It was a local hospital and when the power is out two big generators kick in, so when the power returns it must sync before kicking out...

There was a large PLC system and a whole host of programming needed...

I said " You don't program PLC's"....
He said "I do!! I did a couple of days at college"..

Alas!!! What a t*t!!
 
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