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Sean Morley
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Engineer, tester, builder, problem solver, writer, runner, husband/dad, Special Olympics coach.
Engineer, tester, builder, problem solver, writer, runner, husband/dad, Special Olympics coach.

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My Special Olympics group competed at the SO Connecticut Winter Games.

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These Chicks Were O.G. (Original Geeks)
Women are underrepresented in electronics and computer engineering. That's a shame, because these are great pursuits for creative problem solvers. And I have found success in these fields to be more about what you can do rather than your race or gender, or ...

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Family Favorite Irish Soda Bread Recipe
It's that time of the year again, when foods that shouldn't ought to be green - like bagels and McDonald's milkshakes - are, and you can't swing a shillelagh without hitting a leprechaun decoration. Yes, St. Patrick's Day draws nigh. I have been asked again...

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Once you develop confidence in your own ability, you’ll be able to make a real contribution to creating a better world. Self-confidence is very important. Not in the sense of blind pride, but as a realistic awareness of what you can do. As human beings we can transform ourselves by our good qualities and reducing our faults. Our intelligence enables us to judge what is good from what is harmful.

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Here is a very accessible article on giving a public talk. Techies like me might bristle at point #3 - Focus on entertaining. If you are giving a tech talk you might say you are there to inform, not entertain. But if you don't entertain no one listens, and so you cannot inform.

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Some points to consider next time you feel the need to enlighten others.

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Intelligent and Knowledgeable
Intelligent and knowledgeable. You might consider those two
qualities to be prerequisites in a high-tech field. A challenging
subject matter requires certain cognitive abilities. And the
constantly evolving nature of the field presumes not just an educat...

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