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REAL TIME WITH... IPC APEX EXPO 2021 SHOW & TELL MAGAZINE I I-CONNECT007 47 will be impressed. is session and others will be available online until June or thereabouts. To extend this converation, there was a panel discussion on Friday with young engineers shar- ing their journey into our industry (Figure 3). e stories were very intresting on how each set out on one path and then landed in our indus- try. Each particpant also offered great advice for others starting off in their career paths. So, the show is the same in name, but dif- ferent, especially for the exhibitors. ey could not see halls filled with people walking down the aisles, kicking the proverbial tire. ey had to be more creative to get the most out of this online format. at said, this plat- form does not have the same feeling that the in-person event provides. We all know that, and we are now looking forward to January 25–27, 2022, when we all gather, in person, at the San Diego Convention Center for the next IPC APEX EXPO. At I-Connect007, our team worked to bring you the industry's best coverage of the event. We conducted many audio and video inter- views, published thoughtful reviews of the keynotes and presentations, and shared your stories with the industry. We at I-Connect007 thank and appreciate all who participated in our event coverage. We look forward to seeing you in person at the next event. S&T Bringing New Talent to Our Industry Joe O'Neil, chairman of IPC Education Foundation, talks about the panel discussion with young engineers and how the education foundation is working to attract new students into our industry. This effort provides resources to educators and helps young engineers advance their careers. Barry Matties Interviews Joe O'Neil From IPC

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