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re: Road to ESC Boston: Samsung Galaxy tablet teardown
EREBUS0   8/17/2011 12:17:36 AM
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In my experience, only multidiscipine knowledgeable engineers get the best projects. The more you can do, the more you get to do. If all you can do is code, then you are left out of the system and software design process. That's where all the fun is.

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re: Road to ESC Boston: Samsung Galaxy tablet teardown
nicolas.mokhoff   8/16/2011 10:06:18 PM
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Interdisciplinary experience is becoming a requirement for many design engineers. This is especially true for developing humanoid robots: http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-news/4218270/ST-Micro-opens-lab-for-humanoid-robot-research

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