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Sherlock Ohms: Case of the Slighted Newbie Engineer

Sherlock Ohms: Case of the Slighted Newbie Engineer - RF CafeSherlock Ohms is a regular feature of the Design News website where readers submit anecdotes from their on-the-job experiences. There has been a tendency lately in this column and, to a lesser degree, in the similar Tales from the Cube column for situations involving newer, less experienced engineers being frustrated by the domineering attitudes of some senior engineers. In contrast, I cannot recall an instance of a story where the senior engineer dumps on stupid actions of a newbie. Maybe doing so is considered bullying or akin to a guy hitting a girl. Regardless, all the stories in both columns are good for instruction.










Posted  October 10, 2013
 
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