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For the Love of Analog Components, Cold Storage and IDEs

In this week’s Fish Fryin’ electronic engineering podcast we’re talking about love – the love of cold storage, the love of analog components, and the love of integrated design environments. First, we get comfy and cozy with cold storage and open computing with Scott MCDonald (Rorke Global Solutions). Next, we revel in our desire for analog components and sensor-based applications with Sean Long of Maxim Integrated Products. Finally we round out today’s EE love-a-thon with a look into our continuing infatuation with integrated design environments. Come join us for this week’s Fish Fryin’ EE love fest! 

 

 

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Links for February 14, 2014

Rorke Global Solutions Gives First Look at RGS Cold Storage Powered by SageCloud at Open Compute Project Summit

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