thank you for your presentation; in the case you have worked in more than company, you will pretty much use the similar style in writing code, so you will develop new products using the techniques you learned from the past, can this be a problem? Code will be in general different but functino names can be similar (specially when developing common device drivers like SPI, i.e, spiWrite, interrupt handling, ADC read filtering, etc).
PTC will offer a virtual desktop environment for its Creo product design applications, potentially freeing engineers to run them from remote desktops on a variety of operating systems and mobile devices.
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