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Do the work ... load analysis
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4/13/2006   Post a comment
Power in small places, it's not about politics but about an intriguing talk at the Plenary session of the Portable Power Developer's Conference. It's all about doing the work load analysis.
Change is the norm
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4/5/2006   Post a comment
The Embedded Systems Conference offers power management tracks for beginner to sophisticated design engineer. But, it also offers life courses on how to deal with aspects of your job that you don't learn in school - environment change. No, not earth changes - but more social change. Keep up because change is the norm.


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