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Andy Curda
12/06/05 07:24
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Danvers, Massachusetts

#104767 - not much 8052 in Boston..
Responding to: Frank Jin's previous message
..that I could find. May be moving on to some 16 bit chips soon I hope. I was the victim of the downsize bug about 13 weeks ago. Don't let yourself become "married" (for lack of a better word) to any one chip. There's all kinds of embedded work out there (large, medium, small), and the experience I've had with only one single chip (silabs C8051F040) has helped me get interviews. Maybe take a look at what companies are looking for in your area and try to pick up what skills you can on your own.

Good Luck

List of 16 messages in thread
Company was closed      Frank Jin      12/05/05 20:15      
   Cell phone industry good opportunities      Charles Bannister      12/06/05 05:00      
   Jack Ganssle has embedded jobs in his ne      Erik Malund      12/06/05 06:36      
   not much 8052 in Boston..      Andy Curda      12/06/05 07:24      
      Hardware Experience      Frank Jin      12/06/05 08:28      
         lattice has freeware and you can use 3 f      Erik Malund      12/06/05 09:09      
         Freeware layout software...      Robert Revens      12/06/05 09:11      
         Open Source EDA      Ian Bell      12/06/05 12:11      
         FreePCB      Vignesh Prasad      12/07/05 10:24      
            Thanks      Frank Jin      12/08/05 13:15      
         apples and oranges      Erik Malund      12/08/05 14:15      
   Move      Grant Beattie      12/07/05 15:16      
      Edmonton      Frank Jin      12/08/05 13:14      
   Don't limit yourself!      Andy Neil      12/07/05 16:19      
      I will      Frank Jin      12/08/05 13:23      
         Don't have a standard resume      Andy Neil      12/10/05 16:57      

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