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New career path for engineers February 2, 2012

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If you haven’t been over to EngineerBlogs yet this morning, you might want to head over and check out my post Engineers: Not just for engineering.  Apparently there are other career prospects for engineers that we’ve been overlooking.

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Motivation January 26, 2012

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This week’s theme at Engineer Blogs is motivation.  I have my post up where I discuss how I love to figure things out.  Please go take a look!

Engineer Blogs post January 19, 2012

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If you haven’t been over to EngineerBlogs, my post this week is about office space and productivity…or lack of it.

New Engineer Blogs post December 22, 2011

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If you haven’t been over to EngineerBlogs this morning, please check out my post about Competitive Teamwork.

Research September 1, 2011

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I posted today at EngineerBlogs about why research in a university setting is important.  Please take a look.

Frances Allen August 4, 2011

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I wrote a post over an EngineerBlogs today. If you don’t know who she is, go check out the post: Real women write compilers.

If women in engineering isn’t your thing, you can go take the Famous Women in Science quiz. (Incidentally, I got a 17/20.)

Recent posts at EngineerBlogs.org March 21, 2011

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I almost forgot to mention that my latest post is up at EngineerBlogs.org: Igloo Engineering

Last week, Miss Outlier posted on the Engineering of Cake

We also had a theme going last week on our worst classes.  Fluxor was facing some Bad Reflections, Chris reminds us that it’s STILL the teacher, and  Paul Clarke talked about his Torture Class 101.  I talked about how I contemplated quitting engineering.

Go check it out!

Engineering salaries and Smith charts January 28, 2011

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We’ve had a series of posts about engineering salaries over at EngineerBlogs.org. I threw my hat in the ring, discussing potential earnings for academic engineers. Chris talked about getting the best starting salary. FrauTech did a wonderful, graph-filled post on job outlooks for engineers. (Visuals are always yummy.)

Fluxor hasn’t weighed in yet. (I imagine we’ll hear from him tomorrow.) In the meantime, if you don’t want to hear about salaries, he does have a very cool post on Smith charts.

What I’d really like to see is someone representing engineering salaries on Smith charts. Maybe we can turn the benefits into the imaginary component (or maybe that’s just me being cynical).

Either way, go read and have fun.

My digital home away from home January 13, 2011

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I guess I’m part of the ‘in’ crowd now…or at least one of them. I’ll now be blogging on occasion at EngineerBlogs.org. I’m not sure if it’s a blogging collective or a blogging organization or what. I like blogging organization – we can call it a blorg for short. 😉 Anyway, it’s brand new, so hopefully there’ll be a lot of cool stuff to come.

Anyway, please go check it out, add it to your RSS feed reader, etc. I’ve contributed my first post: The long and sordid history of bisphenol A. I hope you’ll go and read it.

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