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Content posted in November 2011
Act fast: two webinars for medical (and other) system designers
Analog Design  
11/30/2011   Post a comment
These two events will help multiple aspects of your design process.
Connector adapters warm the engineer’s heart
Analog Design  
11/30/2011   16 comments
Those odd plug A-to-socket B adapters solve connection “diversity” issues
Were Pilgrims early bloggers?
Analog Design  
11/23/2011   2 comments
A "live blog" of their departure for the new lands puts much of today's blogging to shame
Whoopee—it's performance review season!
Analog Design  
11/16/2011   39 comments
The dreaded review period is coming around, is it worth it?
What’s worse: incorrect documentation, or none?
Analog Design  
11/10/2011   34 comments
Good documentation is key to successful troubleshooting, but what about when it’s not there?
Are engineers insane?
Analog Design  
11/3/2011   42 comments
An often-cited admonition does not apply in many design and debug situations.




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