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FEBRUARY 2022 I DESIGN007 MAGAZINE 11 those changes that seem to be happening to them, not with them. As Stephen Chavez says in his article, when you're undergoing an unwelcome change in your department or company, it's easy to imagine the voice of the Star Trek entity the Borg saying, "Resistance is futile." Do you resist or become assimilated and join the hive mind? Now, the show season is under way. Design- Con is around the corner. Are you back to traveling again? I hope to see you on the road. DESIGN007 Andy Shaughnessy is managing editor of Design007 Magazine. He has been covering PCB design for 20 years. He can be reached by clicking here. lis and Elliot Wakefield. Elliot isn't even a designer—he's a tinkerer and a maker who has designed his own remote-controlled lawnmower, but he'd never designed a board before. ese young people will surprise you every time. Speaking of surprises, it seems like there's never a dull moment in the design segment. ere's a lot of change going on in PCB design—some positive, some negative. In this issue of Design007 Magazine we focus on some of the changes coming in PCB design, and how to react when you're thrust into a new, confus- ing situation, such as moving to a new com- pany, switching to a new EDA tool, or dealing with new, cutting-edge technology. Our contributors discuss some of the changes they see happening in the industry, especially Real Time with… IPC APEX EXPO 2022: Design Competition Group Interview In this interview, Editor Andy Shaughnessy speaks with the designers who worked with IPC to create and judge the IPC Design Competition. Kris Moyer, Kevin Kusiak, Russ Steiner, and Steve Roy discuss their involve- ment in the setting up the PCB design, and what they looked for as judges of the contest.

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