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wilber_xbox
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changing landscape
wilber_xbox   8/31/2014 8:56:26 AM
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It was gaming and memory devices once that were pushing the technology boundaries but now cloud, IoT, big data etc are making engineering jobs more interesting and challenging. 

rick merritt
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Re: Stanford Professor Emeritus John Cioffi
rick merritt   8/29/2014 4:52:54 PM
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I changed the title to "emeritus" as he was introduced and is on his Stanford page where I see he does teach a class.

daveburstein
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Stanford Professor Emeritus John Cioffi
daveburstein   8/29/2014 4:39:56 PM
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John is not a "former professor" at Stanford. In fact he's been active in several ways recently at Stanford Engineering. 

    Otherwise, I'm sure he appreciated your article.

DrFPGA
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100x growth
DrFPGA   8/29/2014 10:51:36 AM
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Would be interested in the cost component of this too. Did cost go up 10x?

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