Electronic Design

October 19, 2007

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YOUR INTRODUCTION


  Speaking of Dream Jobs, How About This One?
By Joe Desposito

  The EE Profession: Dreams Versus Reality
By Jay McSherry

 
 

YOUR ISSUES

 
EEs Join The Six-Figure Club
By Jay McSherry
 
Global Warming Strikes The Cubes And Benches
By Jay McSherry
 
Education And R&D Can Save The Future
By John Arkontaky

DREAM JOBS


 
Differing Interests Define Engineering Dream Jobs
By Kristina Fiore
 
Boldly Go Where Few EEs Have Gone Before
By Richard Gawel
 
Wizard Of Woz Keeps Casting His Spells
By John Arkontaky
 
Young EE Carves His Own Path To Success
By Kristina Fiore
 
Reader Dream Jobs
By Kristina Fiore

HALL OF FAME


 
Paul Baran: Cold War Comm Work Lays Grounds For 'Net Shopping
By Kristina Fiore
 
Nolan Bushnell: Serious Thoughts About Fun And Games
By Doris Kilbane
 
Aart de Geus: A Simple Question Yields A Complex Career
By John Arkontaky
 
Douglas C. Engelbart: The Mouse That Roared
By Doris Kilbane
 
Don Knuth: The Historian Of The Computer Age
By Kristina Fiore
 
Walter O. LeCroy: Engineer, Entrepreneur, Photographer
By John Arkontaky


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