Do Engineers Dream of Electric Sheep?

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Shared nightmares
HaileyMcK   10/21/2014 6:27:39 PM

Many engineer nightmares are familiar to me. OK, supply chain folks, what are your worst nightmares? What's keeping you up at night?

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