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The Importance of Mentors

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notarboca
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Re: tx: you've been a great mentor!
notarboca   11/27/2013 11:07:57 AM
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I hope you have a wonderful retirement.  Your columns and the CEC classes you taught have helped me in the ever changing design world.  Well done, Jon!

rdreyer
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tx: you've been a great mentor!
rdreyer   11/27/2013 9:51:14 AM
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Best wishes on your future.  Indeed you have been a mentor to many engineers via EDN, your articles, and I really appreciate your books from years ago. The books & magazines sure helped me get started and continue to grow in embedded systems design, where I had a wonderful career in teaching and biomedical product development.  You'll be missed!

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