You’ve probably already noticed our new look and feel--we’re very excited about the move to a simpler, more streamlined platform. But we’re announcing more than just a change in our appearance.
We’re building on a philosophy that we first introduced back in 2010 when we launched EE Life: Our goal was to bring the thoughts and comments of our remarkably insightful EE Times community to the front and center of our home page and in every article.
Immediately the floodgates opened and EE Times started rapidly evolving into a city center for the electronics engineering ecosystem: It became a place where everyone felt they had a voice. EE Times, as it turned out, was becoming a community. And the timing couldn’t have been better.
While EE Times was changing, so too was the industry. Once a part of large, co-located groups with domain experts side-by-side in cubicles, you found yourselves reaching far and wide, seeking online the peers you trusted to connect you with the right information at the right time.
But the options for objective dialog among you and your peers around the many technologies and twists and turns of the rapidly evolving electronics industry are limited.
Enter the new EE Times--the full realization of the community you’ve been building with us for the past 40 years. The site is dedicated to providing everyone a voice and connecting those who know with those who don’t, and those who have with those who need. All of course, on a platform custom built for our era, enabling rapid-fire conversation and interaction and surrounded by analysis of the latest industry happenings so you know at all times what’s really going on.
Tightly coupled to our events such as Design West and DesignCon, the new EE Times keeps the dialog and conversations and connections you make at these face-to-face events alive 365 days per year. And our events provide you the opportunity to meet in person the people you’ve connected with online during the year.
We’ve even added some new Designlines based on the hottest topics at DesignWest, including Android, Prototyping and SoC.
EE Times now has the strongest and deepest lineup of editorial, bloggers and contributors in the industry, including practicing engineers, independent consultants, analysts, and vendor experts with hands-on experience in the areas you need information on. We also are delighted to offer new features such as enhanced audio and video capability to enrich your online experience. All supported by a fresh, user-friendly design to make it more social, more useful and more personal.
The new EEtimes.com: It’s your community site. So don’t wait—you can join the conversation now by posting a comment below. We’d love to hear from you.