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Profile for Bruce Trump
Bruce Trump
Member Since: January 16, 2013
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I’m an analog engineer, lucky enough to spend the last four decades hanging around really smart people. I’ve even managed to remember a few of the things they’ve told me. My goal is to write blogs that concentrate useful information into easily digested ten-minute bites. If you like what you see from me here on EDN, I hope you’ll check out more of my writings on The Signal, on TI’s E2E Community. I’ve been drawn to technology my whole life. I’ve spent more than 40 years as an analog engineer, and I spent 10 years before that dabbling in electronics. I started working for Burr-Brown in Tucson, Arizona early on in my career and have worked for Texas Instruments since the acquisition in 2001. I’ve held various roles – from designer, design manager and product definer to applications manager and business manager. Today I get to spend most of my time helping with customer applications, mentoring colleagues and writing. It’s great fun and I can’t think of a better way to close my career!


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