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posted in June 2002

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Jobs in the balance
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6/24/2002   Post a comment
The Salary & Opinion Survey we published last fall showed that staff engineers were making $80,000 a year on average, while engineering managers, were pulling in $100,000.
Ragging it up
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6/17/2002   Post a comment
Sitting in New Orleans' Crescent City Brewhouse the opening night of DAC, scribbling notes for this column on the back of a beer coaster, I pondered the rise of ragtime music.
The Big Muddy
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6/10/2002   Post a comment
We're on the banks of the Mississippi in New Orleans for the 39th Design Automation Conference-the weirdest city in America hosting the most frustrating vendors in our business.
ST exec turns from topsoil to silicon
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6/5/2002   Post a comment
Laurent Bosson grew up milking cows on a small farm in France, but the corporate vice president of STMicroelectronics says he never met "wild animals" until he started to work with electronics engineers.
Popping rivets
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6/3/2002   Post a comment
The Valley these days is a place of dichotomies.


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