Re: some observations and a slew of questions and a request
- --- In email@example.com, kc8sfq@... wrote:
>Excellent way to approach it, Ron.
> I'm gaining on this thing a bit at a
In the later days of my engineering career, I used a very powerful top-end engineering program to do everything from mechanism analysis, to analysis of colliding bodies (e.g. the effects of cam follower liftoff). Initially the thought of learning how to use this very complex package was intimidating. We finally learned to start out small, and learn one new function at a time. We called it "crawl, walk, run."
APRSIS32 has become a very powerful program. You will best learn it if you "crawl, walk, and then run" with it.
Enjoy it, too.