April 1, 2020: See What's Trending in Technology

April 1, 2020
Its a special day so we collected a set of articles that highlight the trends and technologies that you would not believe.

Difficult Concepts Explained on April 1st

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So, while you may not believe in the “No-Win Scenario,” you might believe in some of the technical tales we have collected here. They are from the best authors around, who will be bringing you news and insight about real world products and technologies—on April 2nd.

April 1st, aka April Fools’ Day, has been celebrated for centuries. Its origins remain a mystery as do many new technologies. Tales have been twisted to entertain and bring levity as spring emerges.

We are living in interesting but trying times. A tiny virus has challenged the entire world, and everyone is now working to cope with COVID-19. Thankfully, technologies like the internet, video conferencing, and collaboration software is making it possible for many to continue to work and interact with others.

Its a special day so we collected a set of articles that highlight the trends and technologies that you would not believe.

You can watch the slide show to get a quick look or check out a list of articles and download PDF copies.

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William G. Wong | Senior Content Director - Electronic Design and Microwaves & RF

I am Editor of Electronic Design focusing on embedded, software, and systems. As Senior Content Director, I also manage Microwaves & RF and I work with a great team of editors to provide engineers, programmers, developers and technical managers with interesting and useful articles and videos on a regular basis. Check out our free newsletters to see the latest content.

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I earned a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Masters in Computer Science from Rutgers University. I still do a bit of programming using everything from C and C++ to Rust and Ada/SPARK. I do a bit of PHP programming for Drupal websites. I have posted a few Drupal modules.  

I still get a hand on software and electronic hardware. Some of this can be found on our Kit Close-Up video series. You can also see me on many of our TechXchange Talk videos. I am interested in a range of projects from robotics to artificial intelligence. 

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