It's a hell of a lot fuzzier than that. My degree is computer Engineering, but I skewed towards the hardware side of what was offered. Can I design a power regulator like the EE on the other side of the office? No. Can I do digital logic design, ASIC layout, signal integrity, ASIC power distribution, and verification. Yes. I'm only even writing this because I'm waiting for a place and route run to complete.
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I don't know where you're based, but your experience doesn't seem to hold everywhere. I've heard in house that parts of my company are desperate for ASIC physical designers.
I agree that there are a lot of verification openings. I think it's partially because System Verilog/UVM are the hot new thing and part because I've never met an engineer that liked doing verification.
The DMV already administers an eye test when you renew your license.
What stops them from getting a savings account? If there's a reason, I'm curious to know. They need to cash checks, not write them.
Wow. That's a very skewed view of history. The first scientists were Christian? There are quite a few Greeks and Romans, among others, who would dispute that if they were alive.
Jesus didn't invent religion, but he changed it. Before him, sin was a death sentence followed by eternal hell. After him, your sins are paid for and your death is temporary.
What? Hell is a largely Christian idea. Many other religions, including ones that predate it, don't have one. For example, Judaism.
I see we have someone from Boston.
The value of gold has not remained fixed either. It is subject to supply and demand like any other commodity. The cost to extract it is only the supply side of that equation. The demand side can fluctuate wildly. The price of gold has gone both up and down when measured in fiat currencies.
I can't speak for Chicago, but Baltimore used to have traffic cops out during rush hour. They were far more efficient than the lights, which were ignored while they were there. They stopped a few months ago, budget reasons probably, and traffic downtown has gotten a lot worse.
I took a sleeper from Lausanne to Rome last year, though I think it was run by the Italians. The car was a bit old, but very comfortable with a nice helpful steward and not losing a day traveling was worth a ton since I only have so many days in my vacation.
TGV from Paris to Lausanne was pretty cool too. I liked how you could hear the warp drive start up when you got to the city limits.
The problem is in the first statement. You don't understand.
This is some RTS game on a limited map. In an active engagement, US troops are more than a match for insurgents. But when the enemy can hide anywhere and more anywhere, you must defend everywhere. You need a force that can counter them anywhere they might appear. Hence, you need a much bigger force.
Looking for something like this?
I've never actually used that one, but I have one of the base models and like it a lot, even if the programming software is intolerably slow. Only have to use it once anyway.
My pairs of what?
Personally I liked the Lost Levels a lot. But only in the setting of All Stars where you got a couple extra lives and could save. That made for a good challenge and balance. If I had the original 3 lives and start over version, it probably would have gotten smashed to bits.
Also, at least on a 2005-ish era Toyota Prius, you can not shut off the headlights by shutting off the engine. I believe there is a law that prevents manufacturers from selling a car where the lights are shut off when the engine shuts off, probably to make the totally made up GP post scenario possible.
2010 Subaru Impreza. Turn the car off and the headlights shut off.
It cost me $10 to get a copy of my accident report. A photocopy of one sheet of paper.