Join our chat on the present and future of analog engineering on June 20, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. PT.
This forthcoming live online chat -- which will be held on June 20, 2014 -- promises to be a rip-roaring, fun-filled, roller-coaster thrill ride exploring the simultaneous dwindling of and growing demand for analog engineering skills. Whether you are looking for a job, want to change jobs, want to hire analog engineers for jobs, or are trying to figure out if analog is a good career choice for you, there's something in this conversation for you.
Your co-hosts will be yours truly Karen Field and Planet Analog Editor Steve Taranovich. We'll be joined by analog engineers, former analog engineers, and recruiters who were interviewed in my recent news article, Analog Engineers: Too Few or Too Many?
Our chat -- which is similar to using an IM (instant messaging) system, but which actually employs your Web browser -- will commence at 10:00 a.m. PT (1:00 p.m. ET). You'll have to work out your local time from these clues. (You can always use this handy-dandy time zone converter.)
All you have to do is click here at the appropriate time to join the fun and inflict your opinions on the rest of us. (If you aren't already a member of the EETimes community, now would be a perfect time to register.)
Steve and I are really looking forward to this chat, and we very much hope you'll be able to join us. Be there or be square!
— Karen Field, Director of Content, EE Live and EE Times