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Analog Engineers: Too Few or Too Many?

Are the glory days of analog engineering over? Some think so.(Source: Getty Images)
Are the glory days of analog engineering over? Some think so.
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Re: Analog Engineers
nimantha.d   6/23/2014 1:33:23 AM

@sp: Yes you do need to go for hands on experienced ones. New comers will have to be mentored before pushing them towards the lime light

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Analog Engineers
SP   6/21/2014 2:54:51 PM

Yes its so very difficult to find analog engineers and especially good ones. There arent many and f they are they work as per their choice.

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