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C VanDorne
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Re: June 20, 2014 Live Chat
C VanDorne   6/20/2014 1:48:09 PM
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@Sheepdoll  "Are we too dependent on such tools such as Matlab, and pSpice"

Try this one: I asked two engineering managers - one HW and one SW, what they thought of the concept of going on line to find canned solutions.  I was astonished that both of them answered very positively about that prospect.  My response: then why bother hiring/paying engineers?  Just find the most resourceful and computer savy seekers of information you can find for min wage.  They're reply: And then what?  Hmmmm.



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