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My April 10th Column

 I have gotten a lot of feedback for my readers about my last column. "Analog and Digital Why Can't They get Along". I have received several e-mails about it. I am finding that the standard working firmware engineer understands that they need to understand more about the whole system.  I think one reason is that their old guy in the corner has either retired or died.
I believe the NCG engineer is not going to have the luxury of saying “I’m a digital guy” or “I do software”. In living hand to mouth, it is better to be ambidextrous.

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