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52 SMT007 MAGAZINE I MARCH 2022 ers and senior leadership, there will be ups and downs, good and the bad. If, at the heart of it, you're solving problems and you like what you're doing, all the rest of the stuff around is just noise and you'll work through it. If you're happy solving the problems, what- ever you're doing technically, I think that makes for a great career. Matties: You may have been fortunate to land in an organization where the culture and your values aligned between the organization and yourself, because a big part of staying in one spot is working in an environment where you can really thrive in the culture. Hillman: Exactly. I've been very privileged. Rockwell Collins never participated in the mergers and spinouts. We were divested from Rockwell International and then it became Rockwell Collins. We stayed that way for a long, long time. at helps in terms of career development and company culture. As a bigger company, there are advantages and disadvantages to that. I believe that you need to make your own happiness and, as long as you are chasing what you like to do, you'll find ways to deal with being in a large company; you cope and accept it or work to change something you think needs changed. If you're happy with what you do, everything else works out. Matties: Dave, I really appreciate you taking the time for this conversation today. I see there's a lot of knowledge you have, and I think it's great to share this. Hillman: My pleasure. SMT007 Real Time with... IPC: Advanced Packaging Report Matt Kelly, chief technologist at IPC, provides a quick assessment of APEX, reviews the technical programs, and talks about the importance of the Factory of the Future.

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