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frenkie1on1kaizomuninaru

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Good day , I hope this message finds you well , I am a first year student in electronics engineering , and wanted to ask some question about my project

1.What are some of the reason you choose to pursue this career ?

2.What struggles have you encountered at work and how did your math and physics understanding in your project helped you out (can you help with concrete example

3.Do you find team work to be better for finding solutions or does working alone makes the best progress

4.What advice would you give to a new electronics engineer on the field

I would really appreciate if you guys helped me out with this project thank you.
 

Ian0

Joined Aug 7, 2020
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Good day , I hope this message finds you well , I am a first year student in electronics engineering , and wanted to ask some question about my project
1.What are some of the reason you choose to pursue this career ?
Inspired by a teacher at school (at age 16)
2.What struggles have you encountered at work and how did your math and physics understanding in your project helped you out (can you help with concrete example
I can't think of a project where an understanding maths and physics wasn't important.
3.Do you find team work to be better for finding solutions or does working alone makes the best progress
It might do, depending on the team, but most team members like to sit back and let one member do all the work so you might just as well work alone.
4.What advice would you give to a new electronics engineer on the field
There's no point in knowing how to write software, if you can't design the hardware that goes with it.
 

nsaspook

Joined Aug 27, 2009
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1.What are some of the reason you choose to pursue this career ?
Inspired by a teacher at school (at age 16)
2.What struggles have you encountered at work and how did your math and physics understanding in your project helped you out (can you help with concrete example
I can't think of a project where an understanding maths and physics wasn't important.
3.Do you find team work to be better for finding solutions or does working alone makes the best progress
It might do, depending on the team, but most team members like to sit back and let one member do all the work so you might just as well work alone.
4.What advice would you give to a new electronics engineer on the field
There's no point in knowing how to write software, if you can't design the hardware that goes with it.
+1
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LowQCab

Joined Nov 6, 2012
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There are NO "sure-bets" in this World,
except that,
if You compromise your Personal-Integrity You are guaranteed to be the loser.

Always be fully-prepared to walk-away "at a moment's notice",
and never put yourself into a position where You may become desperate.
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Irving

Joined Jan 30, 2016
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1.What are some of the reason you choose to pursue this career ?
Inspired by a book, aged 7, I built a "crystal set" - the start of a hobby, that became a career and has been a life-long passion...

2.What struggles have you encountered at work and how did your math and physics understanding in your project helped you out (can you help with concrete example)
Intimately understanding the basics, at least in the early days, is crucial. Maths & physics is never far away, even if its just getting a quick 'geusstimate' before leaving the heavy lifting to a simulator. Can't say there have been many struggles, but there are always challenges, trying to push the boundaries of function & speed with minimum component count and power consumption, especially in the aerospace field.

3.Do you find team work to be better for finding solutions or does working alone makes the best progress
I've always enjoyed the sharing of ideas across a team, but for some things you have to work alone, at least until you're ready to share.

4.What advice would you give to a new electronics engineer on the field
Don't specialise too soon, give yourself the opportunity to work in different fields...
 
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