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Tales of the 2014 EELive Conference and Expo

We stormed the gates. We took no prisoners. Electronic engineering conferences will never be the same. EE Journal scoured this year’s EELive Conference and Expo to bring you the the biggest trends, the coolest demonstrations, the best giveaways — and this is just the beginning. In this week’s Fish Fry, my guest is Matt Osminer, Director of Engineering at Cardinal Peak and the presenter of a special presentation at EELive called “Best Management and Technical Practices for Engineering an IoT Product”. Michael and I chat about the unique challenges of designing connected products and investigate how (and why) management practices play a big role in designing for IoT. Also this week, I announce my top five highlights of this year’s show –  including details of Michael Barr’s scary Tuesday keynote, some sugary delights at the Fantastical Theatre of Engineering Innovation and more.

 

 

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