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Hands-on speed training at DESIGN West

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betajet
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betajet   3/8/2013 9:58:21 PM
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More cheapskate sessions announced at the DesignWest site. The Expo Theatre session "FPGA Design: What Works and What Makes You Work Weekends" sounds quite interesting. http://www.ubmdesign.com/sanjose/schedule-builder/session-id/124

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betajet   3/6/2013 7:00:54 PM
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Glad to see they're starting to post the cheapskate sessions. I took a quick look at Expo Theatre line-up and see there's a session on "Managing Dysfunction at the Workplace". No description yet, so I get to amuse myself by using my imagination.

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Max The Magnificent   3/6/2013 4:55:07 AM
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Almost there ... Just need to phase align the defurbulating grockle tackles and we'll be all set...

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David Ashton   3/6/2013 12:57:34 AM
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You got that star trek transporter working yet Max?

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