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Hi Everyone!,
I wanted to take a sec to make my presence known, my name is Edward and I've just registered here and on contractor talk.

As I explained over there I'm not a professional, but a high school student in training to become one. I have a job at my high school performing new installs and repairs of the telephone, CATV and data networks. I also have started doing some work on the side, in the homes of friends and neighbors (again only LV, phones and TV mostly.) I'm also the general manager of the school's TV station and the photography editor of the yearbook.
I'm OSHA 10hr trained and about to take the exam for my compTIA A+ certification.

I was hoping to bum around and show off some of my work and get feedback on how to/how not to do things. If I'm not welcome let me know, I'll happily move elsewhere.
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Edward you are in violation of state law working without a license and you can easily endanger someone. This place is for professionals in the industry. It is one thing to come and learn but outwardly breaking the law is not accepted.

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