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
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 https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/40180 for more details.
The screen recording of Perry’s talk is available here: https://youtu.be/y5Purzd59U8. His slides are available here: Computer Architecture Flops and Failures – Lessons Learned
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 email@example.com by Wednesday, 4/20, so we can arrange for you access of the Micron Campus. For more details… Read more
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
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