- Iris Weeden
- MacroFab’s Marketing Director
- Award-winning marketer with ten years of experience
- Native Houstonian and lover of music, dogs, and beers
- Episode 100!!!!!!
- The Q&A Episode
- Thanks to our listeners who submitted questions through email and our Slack channel
- Brandon Drury
- How in the hell does one survive engineering school?
- What should a person expect to get from a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering?
- What’s the dumbest/smartest thing a person can do with shift registers?
- What’s a good resource for learning how to prototype? My wires are always a mess. I have no idea what kind of box can hold panel-style outlets. I’m looking for a resource that will improve my ability to take a circuit that works into a form factor, that will allow it to be tested in a halfway reliable way.
- Emmett Naughton
- What’s the best way to get a electrical engineering job? Mostly for somebody with a degree but who doesn’t have job experience in the field.
- Stephen Newberry
- What is the best method for us hardware engineers to monetize our side projects? I personally don’t have the time to handle manufacturing or customer support in the long term. I’ve considered contacting companies to sell a design for a lump sum or royalty based model, but I’ve never gone through with it. What are your suggestions on what will or won’t work best?
- Tom Anderson
- I would like to hear the story behind: What is the worst electrical shock that (one of the guys) has ever had? From Episode #85
- Hyr0n of the AND!XOR team
- What is the difference between a duck?
- All of a sudden one of the following two things no longer exists: Craft Beer OR Lead-Alloy Solder. Which do you pick?
- Zapp of the AND!XOR team
- Would you rather assemble 1,000 duck sized horse PCBs or 1 horse sized duck PCB?
- Brandon Drury
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