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Monday, May 5, 2008


I am working on a project with my friends for the Jordanian technology parade, taking place in JU -Engineering faculty on the 13th and 14th of may, they emailed us asking some questions about the project .. and we answered ... ehh !:

A- what was the most enjoyable thing about developing your project?

The challenge; at moments when everything seemed impossible, a simple idea revealed a lot of hope.

B- What are the lessons you learned from this project?

- Read the "friendly" manual first.
- Researching hardware is bigger of a task than one initially thinks.
- If it doesn't work, try again. If it still doesn't work, try again, and again, and again. It will work.
- Working environment and tools used affect productivity.
- University teaches you nothing when it comes to practical implementation of ideas.

C- Why do you think your team should win?

Although it is not our graduation project, we have spent a good amount of time, since we believe first-hand experience is the best way to learn.
We believe in sharing of knowledge, and plan to put all our work in the public domain.
We think our project will benefit many people, either by using the design or the ready product, and our approach is inspiring for students to use their knowledge to build their own tools.
We have proved we can work as a team.
Winning is fun.


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