Eventually I had to pick a research topic for my master's degree, so I learned to design switched-mode power supplies from scratch using the Allegro and PSpice software.
But learning Allegro/OrCAD from different (and OLD) website and books and trial and error was very challenging and took wayyy too long. So now as a professional electrical systems engineer, I want to show others how they can use this software to finish their projects in record time and with the greatest of ease.
Engineers wishing to refresh their skills in the latest generation OrCAD Capture and Allegro PCB Editor software to get a job and practically perform in it
Engineering students seeking to develop their skills to get hired in a job that demands experience with Allegro / OrCAD - the industry's leading PCB design software
Midnight engineers needing a new skill to support their engineering consulting/product development for their side-business