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https://expo.sec.vt.edu/students/employer-list/

This is the list of companies that came today. This is only the engineering Expo, I'm also going to the business expo on the 19th

 

I applied for internships at

 

Analog Devices

BIT Systems

Cirrus Logic

Cisco

Generel Electric

Intel Corporation

Lutron Corporation

Microsoft Corp

Plexus

Scitor Corp

Texas Instruments

VPT

Zeta Associates

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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post
 

https://expo.sec.vt.edu/students/employer-list/

This is the list of companies that came today. This is only the engineering Expo, I'm also going to the business expo on the 19th

 

I applied for internships at

 

Analog Devices

BIT Systems

Cirrus Logic

Cisco

Generel Electric

Intel Corporation

Lutron Corporation

Microsoft Corp

Plexus

Scitor Corp

Texas Instruments

VPT

Zeta Associates

 

Congrats let us know who snatches you up! 

post #90183 of 149753
UW usually had NVIDIA at the career fairs. I thought about going to their booth one day, but ended up doing something else. XD
post #90184 of 149753
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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

Chris of LockerGNOME lives ~20 minutes away from me. XD

Ever pay him a fruendly micezter visit!? Engage in the sociables at a particular seller of the coffees? 😃
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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post
 

 

Congrats let us know who snatches you up! 

Yep yep yep yep

 

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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

UW usually had NVIDIA at the career fairs. I thought about going to their booth one day, but ended up doing something else. XD

 

Those companies and many more hire through our VT systems, they just arent here.

 
One of the companies I applied for today, If I get selected I would have to go to Seattle! :gs1000smile:
post #90186 of 149753
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post
 

Yep yep yep yep

 

 

Those companies and many more hire through our VT systems, they just arent here.

 
One of the companies I applied for today, If I get selected I would have to go to Seattle! :gs1000smile:

 

Man I wonder where I can intern at :O, I was reading today actually an article on how [sadly] in my City there is more of a need and want for ASc Technicians than BSc techs, seeing as they can pay us a little less, but still for an area that really needs Certified and educated Technicans [Networking and programming techs] there is potential to maybe stay local and complete a Bsc program here as well! 

post #90187 of 149753

Want a quick look at the story of Outbreak Company?
....
Nevermind, I'll post it anyway.

 

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The story revolves around Kanou Shinichi, a thoroughbred otaku who has a light novel author as a father and whose mother is an eroge illustrator. However he does not have any special talents except for his vast knowledge, insight, and instinct about "MOE" and its products, ranging from manga, anime, and game to light novel and figures.
 

Shinichi's unique ability led the Japanese government to assign him a task as "MOE" evangelist to the Holy Erudanto Kingdom, a parallel world where elves live and dragons soar the skies. Along with his new friends: the half-elf maid girl Myuseru and the young empress Petrarca, he starts his mission to spread the "MOE" culture in this fantasy world.


No.
Just...no.

post #90188 of 149753
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8KkW8Ul7Q1I

Pretty nice documentary about really early British electronic music and synthesizers.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Also, psychedelic ti.ts inside, may not be 100% safe
post #90189 of 149753
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Originally Posted by Accoun View Post

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8KkW8Ul7Q1I

Pretty nice documentary about really early British electronic music and synthesizers. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Also, psychedelic ti.ts inside, may not be 100% safe

 

ooh I saw tube amps in that intro... that's gonna be good :D 

post #90190 of 149753

This anime....wow.



It really is the funniest anime I've seen since....I started watching anime, I guess :D
The whole concept of cure girls talking about the most random schiit is just ingenious. Very very well executed!


Oh and I seriously like this ED. The vocals are surprisingly non-nervewrecking.


Edited by Tom Yum Goong - 9/17/13 at 4:23pm
post #90191 of 149753
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post
 

This anime....wow.



It really is the funniest anime I've seen since....I started watching anime, I guess :D
The whole concept of cure girls talking about the most random schiit is just ingenious. Very very well executed!


Oh and I seriously like this ED. The vocals are surprisingly non-nervewrecking.

 

LOL. That was awesome.

post #90192 of 149753

*facepalm* at my web host.

 

They thought it was a smart descision to set emails default setting to 'auto bounce' so that it can not receive any incomming emails.....yeah, this works if you need that email address as a 'no-reply' type of address.....but as the main default option for emails?.........yep....

 

I still need to 'actually' design my site.

 

iWeb isn't robust enough for my site. The biggest problem with it, is its non adaptiveness to different resolutions etc etc and 'filling' the page.

post #90193 of 149753
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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

UW usually had NVIDIA at the career fairs. I thought about going to their booth one day, but ended up doing something else. XD

 

Those companies and many more hire through our VT systems, they just arent here.

 
One of the companies I applied for today, If I get selected I would have to go to Seattle! :gs1000smile:

Oh sweet! If you do end up coming over to Washington, maybe we can have Head-Fi and coffee meets at The Starbucks. :)

post #90194 of 149753
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I can see why they think that. For really advanced stuff MATLAB is faster. I personally would prefer using a combination of Mathematica and C++, but it depends entirely on what kind of math you're doing and what you're used to.
Mathematica is pretty great for its user friendliness and intuitive coding, but it's also less fast for really complicated stuff -- not that you'll come across those sorta things in your undergraduate degree more than once or twice I think.




In Mathematica it looks much better in my opinion. Plus, you can customize a lot of things in the display, though not as much as I'd personally like. For example changing the fonts in display can only be done to a limited amount, and plot legends and axis labels have very few customization options in terms of style. But one thing that is great is that I can combine arbitrary graphics objects really easy (e.g. combining parametric plots with vector fields, adding random circles or points, combining plots with list plots (data plots))

Ahh that makes sense!

 

LOL now I want to switch to Mathematica just for the pretty graphs.... but then they're all using MATLAB.
I'll stick to MATLAB + Tikz/PGF. Now to figure out how to output data to a file in MATLAB...

 

 

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I'm hitting a new kind of high low.

I've been working for 13 hours today. And when taking a break I feel like I'm being lazy. I feel bored immediately and feel like getting back to work, whereas while I'm working I'm not particularly enjoying it either.


Now I finally understand why they call workaholics 'workaholics'. I don't necessarily enjoy it, but I feel a dependency for it; it is an addiction of some sorts.

LOL that's how I always feel when working on a project I like :p

Yep, you're high.

 

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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post
 

 

Cirrus Logic representatives gave me some gear yo

LOL

 

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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post
 

This anime....wow.



It really is the funniest anime I've seen since....I started watching anime, I guess :D
The whole concept of cure girls talking about the most random schiit is just ingenious. Very very well executed!


Oh and I seriously like this ED. The vocals are surprisingly non-nervewrecking.

IKR? Joshiraku is awesome!

I've had to listen to the ED again the moment you brought it up :D

post #90195 of 149753
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Originally Posted by Tilpo View Post

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cramer%27s_rule

Use that, and do it with pen and paper like a real man!

 

Well, when the project requires us to use programming I don't think that's an option.

But I didn't mention that. Now I did.

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