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Meet Test and Measurement World's Test Engineer of the Year
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1/31/2013   Post a comment
Peter Spitzer, a member of the TRICENTIS team since 2008, honored for his achievements.
DesignVision winners announced at DesignCon
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1/29/2013   Post a comment
Mix of winners ranges from feisty startups such as Upverter to industry luminaries such as Mentor Graphics, TE Connectivity and Teledyne LeCroy.
Smoke re-concentrator refurbishes blown electronic components
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1/28/2013   30 comments
As one engineer told me: "It's amazing how much black smoke they can fit into even a small FPGA these days, and once it's out there is no getting it back in again – even if you catch it all in a jam jar."
Free lunches happen – two events
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1/24/2013   Post a comment
There is such a thing as a free lunch and here is your opportunity to get two in one month if you live in Silicon Valley. Find out about design data management and the challenges of DDR memories…
Video: "Our Story" – History of the world in just two minutes!
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1/24/2013   14 comments
I honestly don’t think it's possible to watch this all the way through without pausing for a few minute's thought, reflection, and rumination.
CES: It's a wrap!
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1/18/2013   Post a comment
The final word on this year's consumer electronics show in Las Vegas.
What will CES 2013 bring to the tech table?
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1/5/2013   8 comments
Do the CEA's trends hold up? If not, what are the technologies that will be making a splash at CES this year?


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