Category Archives: Work Style

E14 DIT Article: The Schematic Review – A Few Methods To The Madness

For my next installment on the E14: DIT blog, I wrote an article with some of my most useful steps to completing a schematic review.  I’ve found these to work great on big reviews that involve lots of people as … Continue reading

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E14 DIT Article: Engineers are not always calculating, optimizing robots!

Sometimes engineers get a bad rap for not being very emotional.  And being friends with many engineers, I can totally understand this notion.  It is not strange to have a conversation that starts with, “Why don’t you get out of … Continue reading

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E14 DIT Blog Post: The Missed Era of Designing Without Restraint

I put up a new post on the Element14 DIT blog talking about things I’ve missed out on and wanted to share it here.   I’m sure the older generation would approve! …the part of our history that I look back … Continue reading

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Article: ‘Friends Don’t Let Friends Get Into Finance’

Okay, so maybe the author goes a little hard on my friends who were trained alongside me as an engineer but have chased a career in finance.  But I think a lot of solid points are made, so I thought … Continue reading

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