MADD is where it started before, too.
Of course it's possible. It exists in your head right now.
There is even a known process by which they are constructed in ~9 months.
I resolved the issue by removing it.. perhaps, that is the intended effect. Apologies to those with no choice.
I hope it doesn't pass - it will speed their demise.
I find something thereaputic about the possibility my brain has the equivilant of;
The president of Megadodo Publications is Zarniwoop, who is always too cool to see visitors. Megadodo was criticized by its customers for setting up an artificial universe in order to allow its editors and contributors to collect book information without leaving their offices. Notably secretive (or destructive) about their financial and historical records, the entire company was later (in the novel Mostly Harmless) bought out by Infinidim Enterprises, which stopped selling the Guide to hitchhikers entirely and eliminated all of what Megadodo had once stood for, much to the disapproval of employee Ford Prefect. The takeover was, in fact, part of a new plan by the Vogons to destroy Earth in all possible parallel dimensions - a plan that eventually succeeded.
The OP is dead wrong. The officer needs cause.
I'm maintaining the maximum number of possible outcomes for the day, in harmony with the laws of nature.
It's all in the architecture. It looks like these systems could be effectively used to marry custom silicon to very high frequency cores produced using traditional techniques.
Amazing stuff if it goes to production.
Maybe it's time for engineers to start their own small side companies or, maybe it's time to encourage a tradesman program where experienced EE's show new EE's how things are done, and train the skills needed to do the job.
Engineering was once upon a time a profession, like Law, or Medicine. Then engineers sold their souls to the business folk, watered down their legal protections and right to certifiy work - specifically applicable to software and electrical engineers, who never really had that right codified in law. Oops.
From there, the MBAs do what MBAs do, and the skill has been commoditized. There is nothing special about what has been done to engineers; it could be done to Law or Medicine; both are under pressure, but both fields manage their legal and legislative footing and credentialling much more effectively.
My advice to anyone who is an engineer; you're obviously smart, learn how business works very, very fast, use your skills to start or move up the corporate ladder, or frankly, get out. Leverage your skills to get into the medical space.
If you're in the top tier you will never have a problem finding work. This is true of the top tier in ANY profession, though! Maintaining that top tier is something you do because of an overwhelming passion or working very, very hard. There is no shortage of firms who will hire people with solid FPGA and embedded skills. I am not sure why TFA broke that out; being able to code is critical to hardware design, even just for scripting synthesis, and you just can't do embedded design without C. If you want to learn, the tools are all there, and cheap, cheap, cheap.
You need to network. You need to hustle. If nobody will give you experience, go work at McDonalds and buy a GNU Radio setup and a FPGA kit and make something cool.
The easy days are over, and sadly, IMO, engineers have nobody to blame but themselves.
Disclaimer: I am an EE with ~15 or so years of experience, most of it hands on, in the trenches.
Their tablet guys "don't get" a lot of things.
Their OS guys "don't get" a lot of things.
Adapt or die.
If you are looking at board-level embedded development,there is a heavy industry EE bias. If you are not an EE, you will have a rough go.
Disclaimer: I am an EE.
You could implement a sophisticated qc scheme with a webcam and opencv. This technology is pretty new, but moving very, very fast.
I'd watch that reality show contract or no contract.
Seriously, how long would it take to build AI pilots that can regularly shoot down human pilots? I have a hard time believing this isn't the case in simulators now.
..unless of course you use a swarm of drones to do the jamming