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DECEMBER 2022 I PCB007 MAGAZINE 9 be available throughout the show in digital and printed format. Hard to believe we hired Michelle in April 2020 and didn't get to meet her in person until IPC APEX EXPO 2022. She really upped the ante among us editors, and she'll be managing this new magazine. We even have one article designed to help you justify to your manager why you need to attend this show. When you suggest traveling to a nice location like San Diego, your man- ager might give you the side-eye, but if you're armed with the info in this issue of PCB007 Magazine, I think you can make a pretty good case for yourself. To round our pre-show coverage, we invite you to stop by our state-of-the-art booth and chat with us. We'll be there all week, greet- ing guests while our editors and guest editors will be conducting scores of Real Time with… I-Connect007 video interviews with the indus- try's top engineers, managers, and executives. I hope you all have a fantastic holiday season, and I hope to see you in San Diego next month. Have a Happy New Year! PCB007 the good old days. I bet some of you are prac- ticing in the mirror right now, saying, "Come on, bring it in, big guy!" (You know who you are.) There's a lot of excitement around this show, and the event is shaping up to match expec- tations. This year, IPC has about 365 exhibi- tors signed up, and more classes—with better content in the Professional Development and Technical Conference sections—than I can remember. In this month's issue of PCB007 Magazine, we bring you a preview of the big show. You'll see articles and interviews with show orga- nizers, committee leaders, and instructors. Julia Gumminger has a sneak peak of the spe- cial sessions at the show, while Alicia Balonek brings us details about the Women in Elec- tronics Reception, and Gaurab Majumdar dis- cusses the first-ever India Pavilion, which will showcase many of India's PCB manufacturers. Charlene Gunter du Plessis of the IPC Educa- tion Foundation has details about the organi- zation's continuing drive to attract more stu- dents to STEM classes and careers, including a STEM event that takes place on Jan. 25–26. As the new managing editor for IPC Commu- nity, Michelle Te discusses this industry-spe- cific quarterly magazine that will be launched at the show. Copies of the publication will Andy Shaughnessy is managing editor of Design007 Magazine and co-managing editor for PCB007 Magazine. He has been covering PCB design for 20 years. He can be reached by clicking here.

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