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Employers getting more picky hiring engineers
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7/23/2010   41 comments
Engineering positions are getting even more specialized, which doesn't bode well for job seekers
How to get an "A" in music
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7/18/2010   8 comments
An EE undergrad exploits his knowledge of engineering to meet girls, ace a class in analog synthesizers
Your security clearance is here somewhere
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7/12/2010   17 comments
An engineer recalls the insanities of the security clearance procedures in place at the first company he worked for
Where are all the good machine designers?
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7/10/2010   9 comments
Engineers in India fret that younger colleagues are too focused on software, lacking the basic engineering knowledge required to be good designers
Design by dialogue: Soft skills for a hard world
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7/7/2010   3 comments
When hardware and software engineers engage in good dialogue, they reduce the potential for friction and achieve better designs


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