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There comes a day in the busy life as an engineer when you crave guidance and direction. In most cases, these cravings might be nourished by a phone call or by way of a simple conversation with your immediate boss. In other cases, you might simply want to know what an engineer in a similar position did or would have done. This is where we come in.
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