When you think of Poland, the first things that perhaps come to mind is the quality of Polish Vodka and the beautiful Warsaw and Krakow. While having an industrious history, it has not been known for product development, but this is changing. In the same way that we see the rise of countries like China, […]
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Last week we concluded our annual Z-DAC User Conference in San Antonio Texas. While this event is always well-received and marvellously interactive between Zuken and our ever-growing family of customers, this year was truly special, as Zuken unveiled the first real paradigm shift in electronic design since those heady days of EDA yore: CR-8000 Design […]
If you’ve been following the blogosphere and online news over the past few months, you might have noticed that an unlikely subject – PCB electronic data transfer formats – is getting special attention. Interest has grown in IPC-2581 (a neutral format for PCB manufacturing data) since a consortium of software vendors, customers and manufacturers formed […]
When it comes to upfront PCB systems design planning, you can still find countless companies doing their early design planning on paper or in basic computer software such as Visio, Excel, or even AutoCAD. I like to call these “dumb” tools because while they may be jack-of-all-trades, master-of-none, they were never intended to be used for electronic system engineering design.
Nevertheless, these approaches are costing companies a lot of money… now there is a new tool for a new era.
As a member of the technical community for the past 25 years, software training has traditionally been a face to face experience. And – I’ve been quite a proponent for face to face training, since this has always been my mode of learning and of course since my primary job function is to deliver training […]