From: Daniel Roganti (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Nov 05 1999 - 23:25:07 PST
Yes, I agree.
I've been trying to "educate" those about this necessity.
I try to find as much material to use as reference to help cut down the learning curve.
Shortly, we'll have our first SI course hosted here.
My work focuses on Processor platforms, I arrived here recently, about 2yrs ago.
And the current mindset at our location has no experience in it.
I know this would be valuable to our group.
Please send a copy of your Presentation.
reply to my email address below
From: James Kruchowski <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Saturday, November 06, 1999 12:11 AM
Subject: RE: [SI-LIST] : Definition of Hi-Speed (UC)
>Amen. Your explanation was outstanding in it's simplicity!
>Can you send me an electronic copy of your PowerPoint file from the
>>...Also, I published a paper at DesignCon '97 that articulated the many
>>of High-Speed Design. It was voted "best paper" at the high-performance
>>conference, and later used by a number of engineers to help explain to
>>their management how/when/where/why to do High-Speed Design. If you (or
>>anyone else) would like a copy of the PowerPoint file, just let me know
>>Don't give up!
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