Troubleshooting Techniques: Putting it all together
Listen to the audio:
On today’s Tech, No Babel: Troubleshooting Techniques: Putting it all together
When you’re troubleshooting, you may come across the answer very quickly. Most of the time, though, it will be a process where you ask a lot of questions, whether remotely or in person. It can take some time, but don’t give up.[tweet “Troubleshooting can be a process that takes many steps. Don’t give up. Here’s how to put it all together:”]
Ideally, you would start with the scientific method, and then devise tests to prove or disprove your suspicions. Sometimes those test will be the “short-leash” test, or just simpling it down. Sometimes, it will be just as simple as rebooting a computer or recognizing that the problem is one inherent to digital technology.
Don’t give up, though. It’s worth the trouble of putting all the pieces together to arrive at the solution.
For more, watch the video above.
If you’d like to chip in a few bucks, anything you do is appreciated. Just click this link to donate.
About this show:
If you do video or graphic design to advance your church’s mission, this show is for you.