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An exceptional group of speakers presented on a wide range of topics at this free-to-attend three-day extravaganza.

There are so many cool STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) toys available these days, and I want them all!

Nicholas Temese, who hails from Quebec, Canada, creates highly detailed handcrafted miniature scale models of classic computers from yesteryear.

I’m very happy with my new OMTech 40W CO2 laser engraver/cutter, but only because the folks from Makers Local 256 helped me get it up and running.

What do you do if someone starts waving furiously at you, seemingly delighted to see you, but you fear they are being overenthusiastic?

All I can say is that I now regard the team at Microchip as being like the brothers I never had.

All I can say is that having a TempBuddy in my backpack will make me a lot happier when I’m on the road.

It can be an eye-opening experience when you connect a CO2GO sensor to your PC and you discover just how much CO2 is in your office.

Do you have a technical topic with which you are particularly enthused? If so, why not share it with your peers in a ten-minute MicroTalk at this year’s EOC?

Boasting an LMS7002M FPRF from Lime and an ECP5 FPGA from Lattice, the LimeSDR Mini 2.0 platform will be ideal for developing logic intensive SDRs.

We’re used to seeing rockets launch things like satellites into space, but what if there was another way, like “simply” hurling them upwards at great speed?

Are your communication skills letting you down and preventing you from being offered opportunities for the exciting jobs and the exciting projects?