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Bench Talk for Design Engineers

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RESTful APIs and Moving Data Across the Internet of Things Mike Parks
RESTful APIs are rapidly becoming a preferred method for IoT devices to communicate given that they are highly flexible, scalable, portable, capable of handling multiple data interchange formats, arguably easier to develop with, and offer better performance than some alternatives.

Wi-Fi Mesh and the Internet of Things Mike Parks
Using Wi-Fi mesh networking to support seamless, decentralized communication in IoT and IIoT could remove many of the roadblocks to achieving Industry 4.0.

Quantum Computing, What Is It And Why Should We Care? Sylvie Barak
In this Q&A with bestselling author of Quantum Computing for Babies, William Hurley (Whurley), a visionary in the field who is on a mission to connect quantum hardware to the organizations who can use them, we discuss the basics of quantum computing and how engineers can get involved today.

Meet SOIC & SOT, Your Children’s New Best Friends Erik Smith
SOIC & SOT – the Microchips by author/engineer Jeffery C. Dunnihoo and illustrator Simona M. Ceccarelli, anthropomorphizes its electronic component heroes, taking young readers on a journey from warehouse to board and showing how components communicate to bring devices to life.

Identify Anomalous Device Behavior Through Logging and Alerting Jeff Fellinge
Logging and alerting are fundamental tools for detecting not only errors and creating maintenance tickets but also helping defenders detect attackers by piecing together individual events into a bigger picture.

Celebrating the Exciting Future of STEM Sarah Harmet
November 8th is National STEM Day—a day to celebrate science, technology, engineering, and math, as well as the students, young professionals, and experts pursuing greatness within these fields.

Writing the Rules for Autonomous Vehicles Steven Keeping
Autonomous vehicles are coming. But adapting them to drive safely on roads dominated by conventional vehicles is proving tricky. A better solution would be to design the transport system from scratch. It could be a long wait.

Pull Up Your Pins: How to Size Pull-up Resistors Mike Parks
Whether to prevent floating I/O pins on an MCU or to provide an interface between two circuits, pull-up resistors are a necessity. But what size resistor should you use?

Halloween Frights and Delights: Engineering Horror Stories Lynnette Reese
I recently commented to a colleague that engineers either learn by “letting the smoke out” of something (breaking it) or they can learn vicariously through another’s mistakes, if the mistake is catastrophic enough. I don’t have a lot of these, but I have noticed that engineering horror stories are effective training tools and often funny.

Surface Area Management of Embedded Devices through Host and Network Based Firewalls Jeff Fellinge
Lower the risk of a successful attack on your network-connected devices by understanding the network ports and protocols they use and disabling or filtering those they do not need.

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