GROWing Software and Skills – Talk by Andy Hunt on June 23rd

It’s time for a practical, pragmatic, real-world take on software development and programming.  The GROWS™ Method goes beyond one-size-fits-all rules, mis-applied “agile” and rigid adherence to previous “best practices” that may no longer apply. GROWS embraces a growth skills model, an empirical approach to process adoption and technical solutions, organizational inclusiveness, and features Tracer-Bullet Development… Read more

IEEE-Boise PES talk: Sustainability and Operational Efficiencies

Please mark your calendar for an upcoming talk on Monday, June 13, 2016 at 12:00 PM at the Idaho Power Bldg.  Mr. John Bernardo from Idaho Power will be giving a presentation on “Sustainability and Operational Efficiencies”.  This talk will serve as a technical meeting for Boise IEEE PES chapter. See for more details.

EDS Talk: Hybrid Ferroelectrics-CMOS: Devices and Circuits

You are invited to attend a talk brought to you jointly by IEEE EDS Boise Chapter and the Micron-TLP Friday Forum where Prof. Kan of Cornell University will discuss Hybrid Ferroelectrics-CMOS: Devices and Circuits. Non-Micron employees please RSVP by emailing Tony Liu at by Wednesday, 4/20, so we can arrange for you access of the Micron Campus. For more details… Read more

IEEE Boise Section Annual Banquet – Speaker Perry Lea – Computer Architecture Flops and Futures

Come join us for our annual Computer Society banquet. Our guest speaker is Perry Lea, Strategic Director of Advanced Computing Systems at Micron. When: May 4th, 2016 – 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM   Where: Boise State University Student Union Building, Lookout Room 1910 W. University Dr. Boise, ID 83725   Topic: Computer Architecture Flops and Futures… Read more

February 2016 Newsletter

Here is our Section Newsletter for February 2016: IEEE Boise Section Newsletter Feb 2016 Highlights from the Newsletter Include: Team from Lake Hazel Middle School wins IEEE award at Future City Idaho competition IEEE Ski / Snowboard Day in Utah – March 2016 Volunteers Needed for FIRST Robotics Competition