Take Advantage of Interaction with Your Collegues
High Frequency Electronics
This is the time of year for the annual IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium, the largest gathering of engineers, researchers and educators who specialize in RF and microwave technology. Conferences and trade shows like IMS 2003 remind us that person-to-person interaction is a strong force for engineering development and innovation. I’m not just talking about attending technical pre-sentations or visiting a prospective supplier’s booth (although these are certainly important); I mean talk-ing with other engineers, sharing ideas, discussing common problems. It means getting out of the focused environment of your employment and seeing a wider scope of activities. Your company’s Board of Directors may not approve of your conversation with a colleague who works at a competitor, but I’ll bet they are willing to forget about it if that discussion solves a knotty prob-lem you have been struggling with for months!
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