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How Can We Be Truly Unstoppable?

The truth is, no matter who we are and what we do, each one of us wants to become massively successful in every field we pursue. But what actually determines our success? Is it hard work, luck, or something else? Some people [..]
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Rest API's (Get Requests)

I have spent a reasonable amount of time fiddling around with REST API’s and they have been very fun to use when developing pet projects. REST, in this context, stands for representational state transfer. In typical web [..]
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Why Being an Effective MWD Operator Is The Most Difficult Job on A Drilling Site

MWD. No other sequence of letters in the English language strikes a mixture of emotions in heart of anyone that’s worked on a drilling site quite like ‘MWD’. MWD stands for ‘measurement while drilling’. Fun fact - this [..]
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Introduction to PCB Design and Manufacturing: Part 2 Schematics

A couple months ago, I wrote the first in a series of posts on an introduction to PCB Design and Manufacturing: In that post, I gave a very high-level overview of the process and began introducing some key concepts for PCB [..]
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How to Improve & Gain Experience as a Young Engineer

When you’re just starting out as an engineer fresh out of college, it can be intimidating to get up to speed on how to actually apply the concepts and techniques you’ve been learning in an academic setting in the real world. [..]
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Designing WITS in Eclipse Touch

Publish Date 26 May 2021 Jamison GrayJamison Gray
This post describes how WITS works in Eclipse Touch. We will cover some of the design principles that went into the development, the features that came out of those principles, and a few annotated examples of WITS messages [..]
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The Absolute Necessity of Goals

Publish Date 20 Apr 2021 Cameron BashamCameron Basham
The Biology of Goals
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Nyquist Rate and Antialiasing Filter Explained

In mud pulse telemetry, we use a sync signal for synchronization. A commonly used sync signal are four equally spaced pulses. The sync signal allows us to align the data properly for decoding. After synchronization, pulse [..]
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