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PCBD-Jan2015

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30 The PCB Design Magazine • January 2015 2014 are positive harbingers for the PCB indus- try, offering us insight into 2015 and beyond. When times are tough, we find ways to inno- vate. I believe that 2014 was a year in which we continued to gain momentum, a year when shelved ideas and projects were dusted off and resumed. My view is that 2015 will be a year of positive growth, maybe not swift and not without bumps along the way, but growth nonetheless. What do you think about 2015? Do you dis- agree, or see growth in other areas of our in- dustry that I didn't mention? Tell me what you think. Have a great new year! PCBDESIgN 2015: A LOOK AT MOvINg TRENDS continues Figure 3: The Fitbit Flex, 2014's cool new wearable device. realtimewith.com CliCk To View Video Interview Guest editor Bob neves and IPC President Dr. John Mitchell sat down to discuss IPC's shows and its expansion of certification and training initiatives. Mitchell jokes that IPC is "moving into the 20 th century" by moving more training online. IPC Focuses on Training Project by Real Time with... HKPCA & IPC ExPo 2014 Abby Monaco, CID, is a director of products and marketing for Intercept Technology. She can be reached by clicking here. software bytes

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