Professions of a Silicon Valley Double-E
Thursday, June 18, 2009
  Tales from the Career Trenches
If you are like me, you probably learn your lessons best when put in a story form. The person telling the story may not know the rest of your history, or the lesson you'll draw from his story.
But the stories are useful to us none-the-less.

Some folks are better at telling Stories than others. I happen to think that Charlie Stross is pretty good. And right now he is telling the story of his Career in his blog series "How I got Here in the End". Useful stuff that. He occasionally takes a humorous look at the future too.

Enjoy.

If you are finding that fun, and you EVER think those Marketing shlubs have it easy, read Steve Blank.

Don't put your career on autopilot when the road is rough!
 
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When he is not working on IEEE stuff, Jonathan does Mixed Signal Design Verification at Qualcomm. Senior Member IEEE. Founder IEEE-SCV-SSC (the first Solid State Circuits chapter). Past Section Chair, Santa Clara Valley Section - the Largest Section. Co-founder IEEE-SCV-CAS. IEEE-SSCS Membership chair 2001-2003. IEEE SSCS chapters Committee member. IEEE-SCV-PACE committee member 2001- IEEE-SCV-PACE Chair 2006-2007. IEEE R6 PACE coordinator.

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