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Bench Talk for Design Engineers

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Bench Talk for Design Engineers | The Official Blog of Mouser Electronics


Jim Yastic, Principle, Embedded Horizons LLP, has over 30 years of experience in hardware and software engineering, product marketing, and technical sales. Jim holds degrees in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, and an MBA in Finance. His experience includes working in embedded systems, software, networking and communications throughout a number of industries from military/aerospace, satellite communications and semiconductors, to telecommunications and more. Jim grew up in Texas and lives on a farm just west of Austin, where his current passion is keeping deer out of his garden.


Of EPROMs and Erasers Jim Yastic
Have you ever felt elation when your design finally worked, followed by horror the next morning because it had morphed into a brick? This happened to me. No response to commands on the user interface and no indication of what caused it to die. Intermittent design “seizures” were my most feared failure mode. Or what about an intermittent failure that is actually caused by a chain of two or more design flaws in the system? Here’s my story; a snapshot of embedded development and valuable lessons a young engineer (me) learned the hard way.

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