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BillGiovino
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Re: Feb 22 - Day 5 - Microcontrollers & System Considerations
BillGiovino   2/22/2013 3:38:22 PM
NO RATINGS

Thanks for the lectures Bill.  I'm off to class.  Teaching a fledging group of students how to take over their world with code.

Guess no one wanted to touch that question of my 2 year program.  I know... their still is that stigma in the HR departments.  Serious issues are that most of my most bright students don't want to or can't afford a 4 year school.  All that talent is going un-used.  I employ a few of them on some embedded projects that are on government contracts, but I'm not ready to hire them all

What a shame. embedded programming is one of the few sciences where you can be self-taught and still be a professional.



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