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Daily Archives: 30-December-2015
While I am in management, I still get an occasional circuit design question – I really like these questions because the get me away from some of the monotonous aspects of management (i.e. budgeting). This morning a power supply designer stopped by and wanted to discuss an issue he was having with fixing an issue with an old design. I immediately dropped my budgeting activity and leaped into action. Continue reading