IEEE – I only recently came across this tech-oriented crossword puzzle published each week by IEEE USA InSight. As they say on the website:
Try your hand at our weekly engineering- and technology-themed crossword puzzles. Every Wednesday, we will post a new puzzle — authored by renowned crossword puzzle writer Myles Mellor — to test your skill and knowledge.
Crossword puzzles are not one of my interests, but I know they are for many. If you are one of those and you are interested in technology and engineering, these may be just what you are looking for.
I wrapped up the November issue of the IEEE Central Texas Section newsletter, The Analog. If you are interested in Tech and live in Central Texas, you may be interested in some of the events. IEEE Technical meetings are always open to the public.
IEEE – I finished putting together the October issue of the IEEE Central Texas Section newsletter, The Analog, and posted it to the Section web site where you can read it now.
Included in the newsletter is items of interest to area engineers and others interested in technology. Technical meetings for the various Chapters are open to the public. Please join us to learn and network.
Attendance at technical meetings qualifies as Continuing Education credit required for the annual renewal of the Professional Engineer License.
IEEE – I completed the September issue of the IEEE Central Texas Section newsletter, The Analog this morning and posted it to the Section website. You can read it here.
Meetings of interest to the engineer or technologist, both IEEE and other, are listed. IEEE technical meetings are open to the public and visitors are encouraged to attend.
I finished putting the August issue of the Central Texas Section newsletter together and you can read it on-line here.
We have several Technical Society Chapter meetings planned for August, all of which are open to the public. If you are interested in technology, please join us.
Today is Professional Engineers Day. Licensing of engineers began in the US in 1907. Today is the second annual Licensed Professional Engineer day recognizing PEs in the various engineering disciplines.
Licensing began as a means to protect the public health, safety and welfare. In most countries around the world, a licensed engineer is required to oversee and be responsible for any construction project of significance. Before 1907, anyone could claim to be an engineer and perform work whether or not they were competent to do so.
I became a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) in Texas back in 1980 and have maintained my status since then. Becoming licensed is not easy. In general the requirements are:
- Obtain a Bachelor’s degree from an approved university in engineering
- Successfully complete the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam
- Complete four years of qualifying engineering experience
- Prepare for, take and pass the Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) exam for your jurisdiction
I finished putting together the July issue of the CTS newsletter, The Analog, and have posted it on the Section website.
It contains information about the meetings coming up in the next month, as well as some of the conferences that will be held in Central Texas. All of the IEEE technical meetings are open to the public and we welcome your attendance. It is a good way to meet others with similar interests in technology and to build your network.
I finished putting together the June issue of the IEEE Central Texas Section newsletter, The Analog, earlier this week. It contains information of interest to engineers and those interested in technology in the Central Texas Area. Included are a list of the scheduled technical meetings to be held in the area. All of the IEEE technical meetings are open to the public.
Check out the June issue for yourself.
I finished putting together the May issue of the IEEE Central Texas Section newsletter, The Analog, earlier this week. It lists many events coming up in Central Texas. IEEE meetings are always open to the public, so please come join us to learn and to expand your professional network.
You can read the May Analog here.
IEEE – I finished up the April issue of The Analog and got it sent out to our email distribution list yesterday. It contains a list of the meeting and events that will be coming up in the next month. If you live in Central Texas and are interested in Tech, you. may find one of our meetings of interest. All of the technical meetings are open to the public.
If you do not receive the newsletter directly, you can read it on-line here. There are also instruction on how to request to be added to the mailing list.