Don't Miss: People Skills for Engineers, Recap & Preview
Apr 1, 2019 by Jared White
Are you prepared to face difficult interpersonalchallenges?
Learn how by attending the event below!
People Skills for Engineers
Presented by Tony Munson
Drawing on more than sixteen years of experience working alongside other engineers, Tony will present a foundational set of people skills every engineer should possess in order to avoid--and resolve--relational problems before they have a chance to impact your personal effectiveness. Don't learn the hard way when your career is on the line! People Skills for Engineers can help fill in the gaps in this crucial and often underdeveloped engineering skill set.
Tony is a husband, father, and a software engineer currently residing in Boise, Idaho. He graduated from Washington State University in 2002 with a degree in computer science and has spent the last 17 years developing software professionally for Agilent Technologies, Hewlett-Packard, and Cradlepoint in numerous technical roles. In his free time, he likes to write books, create music, and play video games.
When & Where
This Friday, April 5th. 1:30PM - 3:00PM
Upcoming Events & Recaps
Next Week: GDB Workshop
If you're in CS 253, ECE 330, and/or want to learn how to effectively debug C/C++/asm programs, this event is for you. This short workshop will teach you how to use GDB to rapidly find and fix bugs. Save hours of time that would otherwise be spent debugging.
This workshop will take place next week, date and time TBD. Keep an eye on your emails for further information.
STEM Gala Night Recap
Last Saturday, in collaboration with the MSE Club, NEC Club, SWE, and PAC, we had a space night Gala. It was a resounding success, with over 160attendees. Thank you to all who came!
On March 9th, we held SPAC19. We had over 60 people attend this conference, which featured great talks from Joe Decuir, Brian Tuttle, Joemar Sinipete, Michael Abraham, and Randy Rannow. Thank you to all who attended! If you attended, you'll receive an email soon with the slides and a poll asking for your feedback.
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