Culture Is King in Job Search Blog 11/21/2014 11 comments Programmers, web developers, and software engineers often assume that technical skills land jobs and lead to career success, but in today’s startup landscape, company culture is king.
What Are You Wearing? Blog 11/20/2014 5 comments The wearables market is at $6 billion this year and is expected to rise to $33 billion by 2019. What are you wearing? What will you be wearing soon?
Qualcomm Takes Aim at Servers Blog 11/20/2014 8 comments Qualcomm has become the sixth company to announce plans to build ARM-based server SoCs, likely focusing at least in part on opportunities in wireless infrastructure.
UWB Returns as a GPS for IoT Blog 11/18/2014 Post a comment Ultrawideband technology (a.k.a. impulse radio) is staging a comeback as a technique to add localization for a wide range of uses in the Internet of Things.
Happy Dance Around a Volcano Max’s Cool Beans 11/13/2014 51 comments Max is now the proud owner of a 50-year old Sirram Volcano Kettle, which is impervious to the wind and rain and therefore ideal for holidaying in England.
That Simple Sense Resistor Isn't So Simple Blog 11/12/2014 18 comments Using a low-value sense resistor is a common technique for measuring current through a load, but applying even this simple component for such a basic, straightforward application has its subtleties and tradeoffs.
Rosetta & the Comet Landing Engineering Pop Culture! 11/12/2014 54 comments The Rosetta spacecraft has a landing craft, Philae, which is today leaving the mother ship and making a 7 hour, 1 km journey to land on comet 67P.
Should Information Be Free? Blog 11/5/2014 35 comments In the case of trade magazines like EDN and EETimes, readers obtain information for free. By comparison, books can be quite pricey (and possibly unaffordable when translated into foreign currency).