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Re: June 20, 2014 Live Chat
Wintz   6/20/2014 2:03:28 PM
@zeeglen "I used to work at a place like that with summer college interns.  A couple of them specifically asked me for analog training.  Wrote a blog on that once, might have been Scope Junction or the Connecting Edge, can't remember for sure."

I'm always seeking to hire Analog/Digital engineers and I consistently find that newer engineers are short on the analog side. I'll still be hiring 3 to 5 years from now so it'd be great if I could point these [strong] engineers to a house of training.

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