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markgrogan
markgrogan
1/16/2019 2:59:43 AM
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A complex topic like this needs consistent follow-up to be able to follow through. I would not have picked up that much info if it wasn't for your regular input. I guess the level of commitment that the contributor puts through does matter especially if you have a strong line up of followers. I look forward to fully grasping this topic of discussion coming from an expert like yourself who is more than willing to discuss your findings.

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jonharris0
jonharris0
8/14/2018 7:01:56 PM
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Hi Stephen, thank you very much for the kind words.  It definitely takes some commitment to keep up with regular blog posts, but it is rewarding to hear from folks like yourself who are reading these and are able to learn and gather information.  As an applications engineer I enjoy helping folks use and understand our products and technologies.  I've had the pleasure of working with our radiation engineer to learn more about radiation testing and tie it together with high speed ADCs.  If there is a specific topic you (or anyone else reading) would like to hear more about please let me know and I'd be happy to see if I can pull something together.

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StephenGiderson
StephenGiderson
7/25/2018 11:55:11 PM
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hi
A complex topic like this needs consistent follow-up to be able to follow through. I would not have picked up that much info if it wasn't for your regular input. I guess the level of commitment that the contributor puts through does matter especially if you have a strong line up of followers. I look forward to fully grasping this topic of discussion coming from an expert like yourself who is more than willing to discuss your findings.

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