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Bench Talk for Design Engineers

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Rise of MicroPython in Embedded Development Mike Parks
Embedded systems rely on tight integration of hardware and firmware. For decades, the C language has dominated because of its performance characteristics. Today though, MicroPython is rapidly gaining interest in educational and maker communities as an intriguing alternative for numerous reasons.

Turn Your Home Into a Tech Learning Center Tommy Cummings
The route to becoming a technical engineer is as close as the home computer or laptop, which is a good thing while staying close to home. Tools are plentiful, and they’re a few clicks away. Here are a few of the resources available on Mouser.com.

Try These STEM-Style ’Bot Kits for Kids Tommy Cummings
Here are four suggestions for a robotic kit that takes a STEM approach while offering new technologies such as artificial intelligence platforms, Wi-Fi, sensors, and more.

Small Yet Versatile Digilent Analog Discovery 2 Tool Tommy Cummings
The Analog Discovery 2 provides hours of technical enrichment to those who work with analog or digital circuits. For students, who are looking for programs that advance their knowledge in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, it’s a pocket-sized tool that performs several functions.

Autonomous Car Racing: Making it to the 2019 NXP Cup EMEA Finals Flavio Stiffan
As teams moved to the next round of the NXP Cup, they had to find ingenious ways to modify the core design. By incorporating sophisticated sensors and higher performance processors, their autonomous racecars more adeptly navigated their way around the challenging course.

10 Inspirational Female Engineers Sarah Harmet
We’ve chosen 10 inspirational women whose work has transformed (or is currently transforming) engineering and society. Such women span from the inventor of the windshield wiper to that of the 1942 “Secret Communication System,” which became the foundation for modern cellular communication

Autonomous Car Racing: DIT Students Prepare for 2019 NXP Cup Flavio Stiffan
Applying their knowledge of electronics hardware and coding to autonomous vehicles, engineering students from the renowned DIT begin their quest for NXP Cup glory. The students put their racecar designs through a series of rigorous trials to see who would progress to the next stage of the competition.

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.

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.

Master Chocolate, Army Knives, and Multi-Dev Tools Paul Golata
Imagine bringing the Swiss Army knife concept into the engineering lab and applying it to development tools. Taking inspiration from Switzerland and its most loved products, a new multifunction lab tool emerges that can replace a number of test and measurement instruments. What does this mean for engineers, hobbyists, and students? Let’s take a look.

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