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re: Meet a bacon chef at Design West 2013
David Ashton   4/28/2013 6:08:35 AM
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Max, I trust you will post a follow-up article to let us all know how the bacon was (and the beer)..??

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MKolb   4/25/2013 8:35:49 PM
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Max, Why are you torturing us poor working engineers with stories of free bacon and beer - After the fact? Programmable Logic DesignLine didn't come until today (4/25/2013). Anyway sounded like you had way to much fun. Someday, I will convince management that sending an engineer (me!) to Design West or Embedded System Design conference will be beneficial. If only.......

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garydpdx   4/22/2013 3:27:33 PM
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The annual Baconfest happened in Chicago this past weekend and the Tribune's Redeye commuter tabloid published this, for those who could not attend: http://www.redeyechicago.com/entertainment/restaurants-bars/ct-red-make-your-own-baconfest-20130419,0,3696215.story Hopefully this will help those who cannot attend this year's DesignWest ... or for anybody afterward :) Bon appetit!

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Max The Magnificent   4/19/2013 9:20:40 PM
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I always feel that if someone is offering free food and alcohol, it would be churlish of me to refuse :-)



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