Presentation on Career Trajectory of Electrical Engineer through IT

This presentation was made to students at Brunel University. It gives an interesting perspective on what to do during studies, after graduation and in the long term to develop a career in STEM.

It includes a timeline which indicates some of the interesting electronic technology used by a typical engineer: from a Z80 processor, through PIC to Arduino, Raspberry Pi and ESP processors.

The career trajectory slide also shows how various subject launches trajectories which continuously renew and develop the engineer.

There are also example resources available: including example code booklets from the 80's and 90's.

The engineer was involved in forming the SQL Language and other languages, has several patents attributed, published journal articles and books and created a number of electronic product projects used throughout the world.

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