First impressions of a design can be wrong as I found out when fixing the LED backlight of a low-cost television set.
A recent article sparked a lot of discussion about the virtues or evils of automating some of your work.
There is a lot of great information and entertainment available on the web. Unfortunately, far too much of it is wrong.
Other folks can duplicate or check your work when you document that effort by showing every step.
Sometimes slowing down can help speed up overall project success. A little patience will definitely improve your project and product quality.
Bob’s frustration with some so-called leaders boils over.
Can a slip of paper inside of a cookie truly predict your future?
Human nature makes it far too easy to get lost in the little tasks and forget a larger goal.
When you are setting Priorities, sometimes you ask yourself, "Who is the Most Important Person?"
Despite our best efforts, we sometimes make the same error more than once.
In human and technical systems, difficult problems often occur at the interfaces.
Abstraction is the process of pulling a general lesson from specific details of any problem and solution. Abstraction is a critical skill for career success.
A short discussion of the difficulty of figuring out what we should keep and what we should discard.
I recently learned a fantastic new method to produce error-free documentation of lab experiments.
There is a special joy in being part of a winning team.
A surprising bit of knowledge I learned from an experienced Project Manager.
Using the right tool turned a difficult task into a quick and easy project.
We need to be careful about how we grade work. Sometimes the results are against our best interests.
If you don’t occasionally share a laugh with your coworkers, then you are missing something important.
Engineers want to get hired and stay hired. Here is one view of how you should approach the process.