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Tools For The Job

Started this discussion. Last reply by Fabricante 20 minutes ago. 2 Replies

This is another question I have regarding going into a Systems Engineering graduate program.Engineers have their tools. I presume that the same can be said for systems engineers. What tools should I…Continue

Tags: Applications, Program, Graduate, Engineering, Systems

While in The Dominican Republic

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I will be business traveling to the Dominican Republic for 10 days. What are some tips for being there? What are good things to know about staying there?Continue

Tags: Republic, Dominican, Travel, Business

Going For a Systems Engineering Masters

Started this discussion. Last reply by Fabricante May 10. 13 Replies

Good Afternoon All, I have been accepted into the Systems Engineering Masters program at technical institute in my home state. This is a new path for me as I did my under grad in Electrical…Continue

Tags: Engineering, Systems, Studies, Graduate, Profession

Grad School Options

Started Feb 22 0 Replies

I work as an Electrical Engineer and I am trying to decide between WPI(Worcester Polytech) or EIT(Engineering Institute of Technology), I live in the Massachusetts area. Has anyone heard of EIT…Continue

Tags: Programs, Graduate, Education, Continuing

 

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Fabricante replied to Fabricante's discussion Tools For The Job
"What type of Programming? I have had C++ and Assembly Language. My math that I have taken goes from Pre Calc up through Calc 3, Diff EQ's and Stats."
20 minutes ago
David F. replied to Fabricante's discussion Tools For The Job
"Really if you want to be strong, learn statistics to the point you can teach it.  Most people have a weakness with stats and it will give you an edge.  Any particular software will be replaced but the foundations of why and how will carry…"
4 hours ago
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Tools For The Job

This is another question I have regarding going into a Systems Engineering graduate program.Engineers have their tools. I presume that the same can be said for systems engineers. What tools should I read up on that can help me get a leg up during my program.As an example. In my Engineering undergrad, MATLab and SciLab were used to an extent as well as MultiSim,LTSPice etc. So for Systems Engineering, is Microsoft Office something I will have to become good friends with. How about SysMil, UML?See More
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While in The Dominican Republic

I will be business traveling to the Dominican Republic for 10 days. What are some tips for being there? What are good things to know about staying there?See More
May 14
Fabricante replied to Fabricante's discussion Going For a Systems Engineering Masters
"Thanks, Yeah that was what it was sounding like to me and from more senior engineering co-workers.It's just I come from a primarily trade background so what I did had a sense of like the guru Blacksmith at his anvil essence to it if that makes…"
May 10
Longarm replied to Fabricante's discussion Going For a Systems Engineering Masters
"Thanks, congrats to you too. I really don't know what I'm getting into either.  I hope it's not wires and code, because I don't care for those two subjects.  From what I understand about Sys Eng (which is not…"
May 10
Fabricante replied to Fabricante's discussion Going For a Systems Engineering Masters
"Congrats Longarm. Part of me doesn't know what I am getting myself into haha. I guess I am still stuck in the idea that Engineering is fiddling with wires and code."
May 10
Longarm replied to Fabricante's discussion Going For a Systems Engineering Masters
"I will also begin MSysE courses in August.  MSysE is like the MBA of the engineering world. ;-)"
May 9
Fabricante replied to Fabricante's discussion Going For a Systems Engineering Masters
"hmm I am understanding more. I am trying to pick good electives. I can only take 2 courses of electives that are outside of the Systems Engineering department."
May 8
Native Son replied to Fabricante's discussion Going For a Systems Engineering Masters
"That's just two parts of cyber security.  It covers everything from physical protection of the equipment to maintaining software upgrades to personnel awareness training to preventing insider theft.  And more. There's also…"
May 6
Fabricante replied to Fabricante's discussion Going For a Systems Engineering Masters
"And Cyber security is cryptography and data security?"
May 6
Gentleman Engineer replied to Fabricante's discussion Going For a Systems Engineering Masters
"The arena of the engineering of controls would exist in a breadth not insignificant. The demesne of specialisation should exist at the intersection of desire and demand."
May 5
David F. replied to Fabricante's discussion Going For a Systems Engineering Masters
"Start reading up on cyber security.  That is going to be a key part of what you will be facing. Also realize that previous systems where not designed with any real security in them and added after the fact."
May 5
Fabricante replied to Fabricante's discussion Going For a Systems Engineering Masters
"Now wait! By Systems Engineering the course structure where i am taking it is about things like requirements writing, test and verification risk assessment, and system modeling. Are we talking about the same systems engineering? Also my electives i…"
May 5
Gentleman Engineer replied to Fabricante's discussion Going For a Systems Engineering Masters
"A list historical—and lacking rather in robustness—of projects in utilisation of EPICS may be located at: EPICS Projects. The scale of such projects would proffer a plethora of opportunities in the absence of those paradigms alternate of…"
May 5
Native Son replied to Fabricante's discussion Going For a Systems Engineering Masters
"Or in the commoners' English,  Systems Engineering concerns SCADA (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition), and ICS (Industrial Control Systems).  In the current world, you want a side of cyber security.  PLCs (Programmable…"
May 5

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Fabricante replied to Fabricante's discussion Tools For The Job
"What type of Programming? I have had C++ and Assembly Language. My math that I have taken goes from Pre Calc up through Calc 3, Diff EQ's and Stats."
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The older I get the less time I want to be around / spend time with / listen to / talk with / argue with / Fs and Is.  Any more I give them a courtesy listen then move on. This includes guys at work and even some former friends.  I guess I just don't care that much anymore.  Yes, I have a wide variety of friends.  I just feel I want my life to be a little more contented.  BTW It seems like it is almost always men.  Life is not always hard but it can often be difficult.See More
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Apollyon replied to Apollyon's discussion Most foolproof way to stop being lazy?
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