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Let's brainstorm what we can do as an engineering community to help those that are/will be suffering from COVID-19

After over-saturating my brain with news articles about the COVID-19 outbreak I figured we could potentially do something to help the situation as a the r/engineering community.

If you have read this post up to this point, take 5 minutes out of your day to brainstorm what we could design/organize/do as engineers to help the situation. Maybe this leads no where, but maybe it will take off into something those of us staying home from work can mill over with all of our new found spare time.

A few kickstarter ideas are as follows:

Low cost, low tech, simple to fabricate respirator to help those in need when hospitals inevitably run into a shortage.

Low tech self sanitizing gloves/hand barriers people could wear out of the house while getting groceries/essentials.

Methods of distributing food and essentials to people while infecting the fewest number of people.

Methods of getting people to understand how important self-quarantining is at this stage of the virus' development.

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Did you keep your notebooks from your undergrad engineering degree and did those notes help you in your professional career?
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How to Justify the Importance of Good Engineering Process & Documentation

I’m stuck on a point and I was hoping you could help enlighten me.

I’m trying to justify why it’s important document engineering/project processes.

First, some background: I am a Mechanical Engineer two years out of University, working for a mid-size consumer electronics company. My team maintains existing products from a continuity of supply perspective. Lots of repeated project engineering. My team is relatively new and the culture of the organization leans old-fashioned (read change adverse). Very little information is stored in controlled communal locations, and there are very few official documented processes to structure my role. There are, however, other teams that put an emphasis on developing good process.

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Fuck my engineering diploma...
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Science is about engineering knowing is about doing
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Can we all just agree both consoles are incredible feats of engineering and just wait for the games to do the talking?

PS5 has a crazy fast SSD which will help create incredible games in a way we haven’t seen yet.

The series X is also an incredible machine with a powerful gpu and raw power which will also help create incredible games.

Let’s just wait for the games to come out and then we can really see what’s what. Until then we’re just talking about theoreticals. The games will come, we’ll compare them, then we can bicker about the results all we want.

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Feats of engineering v.redd.it/tmtn1hqzomp41
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Engineering depreciation

After all the complaining of kids not going to school for engineering, there must have been some light going off in high school students heads. These kids are now graduating and flooding the market. Every employer I have work for has had engineers without credentials. There were developments and innovation engineers at the highest level with only their bachelors. Now you need a masters or mba to hold these spots. Either companies are getting more stringent with who they hire, or there are way more engineers now than a decade ago when engineering and math was for the nerds.

Now I’m in my 40s and as a senior project engineer, and now terminal because I cant move up into management without a MBA. I work in the Detroit area for automotive suppliers, not sure if others in the community are noticing a similar phenomenon. I am wondering if I should jump ship now to a different arena and take a pay cut just to have the option to move up.

Edit: I can only speak for southeast Michigan

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Nobody gave us the source code for how our bodies work so we’ve basically spent centuries reverse engineering ourselves
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After almost 2 years in the making, I am finally happy with my extremely overkill software engineering/gaming rig.
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r/engineering's Q2 2020 Hiring Thread for Engineering Professionals (Coronavirus Edition)

Announcement

Hey folks. I'm posting this 1 week earlier than normal due to the current situation affecting job markets all over the world. Like many of you, I was laid off in the subsequent economic turmoil, and currently struggling to find companies willing to hire.

All hiring threads including this one for the remainder of 2020 will have additional guidelines for job postings. Please read the Rules & Guidelines below before posting open positions at your company.

Overview

If you have open positions at your company for engineering professionals (including technologists, fabricators, and technicians) and would like to hire from the r/engineering user base, please leave a comment detailing any open job listings at your company.

We would also like to encourage you to post internship positions as well. Many of our readers are currently in school or are just finishing their education.

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How to find an engineering job

This is a guide to searching for a job. It’s intended for people seeking an engineering job, and assumes some experience, although it may be useful in other cases.

The Resume

This is the primary document that an employer is going to read. It defines your education and experience. It must be clear and logical, get right to the point, and use a standard format. Employers have a limited amount of time, so don’t waste words with irrelevant stuff. Every word should be about your engineering skills, not sports, church, hobbies, or anything else that isn’t relevant to an engineering job.

Your resume should start with your experience in reverse chronological order, followed by education. Some people put a summary at the top; if you do that, it should be a single sentence, and avoid useless jargon. Probably exclude teenage jobs, unless you have no other jobs.

Use more words to describe you recent jobs. If you worked on several projects, describe each of them. Older jobs can be summarize

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β€œWhat’s engineering school like?”
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r/engineering's Weekly Career Discussion Thread [23 March 2020]

Welcome to the weekly career discussion thread! Today's thread is for all your career questions, industry discussion, and a chance to get feedback on your rΓ©sumΓ© & etc. from other engineers. Topics of discussion include:

  • Career advice and guidance, including questions about which engineering major to choose

  • The job market, salary, benefits, and negotiating tactics

  • Office politics, management strategies, and other employee topics

  • Sharing stories & photos about current projects you're working on

> [Archive of past threads]


Guidelines:

  1. Most subreddit rules (with the obvious exceptions of R1 and R3) still apply and will be enforced, especially R7 and R9.

  2. Job POSTINGS must go into the latest [Quarterly Hiring Thread.](https://www.reddit.com/r/engineering/search?q=flair%3A%22hiring+thread%22&restrict_sr=on&sort=new&am

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What are some emerging technologies in engineering that will shape the 2020s?

What are some emerging technologies in engineering that will shape the 2020s?

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Elon: "Just had a long engineering discussion with Medtronic about state-of-the-art ventilators. Very impressive team!" twitter.com/elonmusk/stat…
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This Vega 56 engineering sample has a way better cooler then the Normal one, AMD should've gone for this one
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My engineering classroom
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I failed my first programming classes and i started seriously doubting myself. I dyed my hair and decided I’m gonna keep going for that Software Engineering degree ☺️
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Where to buy mechanical engineering parts

I have had an idea for a complex project for a while now and I would like to start on a prototype, i've tried to find places that I can purchase moving parts with google searches like "purchase engineering components online" and this is what comes up:

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Ask us Anything! We’re the Bumble Android engineering team.

This is Bumble’s first AMA and we are really excited to be participating in it!

For those of you who don’t know much about us, we are the company behind the dating and social network Bumble and Badoo apps counting half a billion users around the world. Our Android apps are huge, with over 1.3 million lines of code, over 210 million downloads on the Google Play store and an amazing team of 23 people who develop it.

This is a great opportunity for you to ask any technical questions you may have about developing android apps at this scale, the technical challenges we face, our Open Source projects, articles in our Tech Blog and anything in-between. Please note we’re only able to answer questions relevant to the Android development team.

We will start answering questions from 6pm (GMT+1) but you can already start writing them. We will be here with you guys until 9pm (GMT+1). [Check here for other timezones](https

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I am Wesley Ford, descendant of Henry Ford, currently studying mathematical engineering on Oxford. I also happen to be the most down-voted person in the history of Reddit. AMA!

https://prnt.sc/rc131d

Some of my most down-voted comments;

http://prntscr.com/rc2487

http://prntscr.com/rc24xo

http://prntscr.com/rc25bk

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Side note: Unfortunately, Sal, now the second most down-voted user, was banned a few months ago. Link to his AMA.

Edit added: I am going offline now for a 8-hour long s*x session with my girl-friends and will answer more questions tommorow.

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Power Engineering - a question about the name

Genuinely curious. To my understanding, the term "engineer" is a highly regulated term in Canada, to the point where Quebec sued and won against Microsoft for their MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer) course. Why is it that power engineers have the term "engineer" in their name when (a) they could be easily mistaken as professional engineers, and (b) they have not undergone the same academic requirements as professional engineers? Thanks!

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This post was made by engineering gang
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Why are German cars known for their engineering excellence?

What makes them so well known? What do BMWs or Volkswagens or others do differently from non German car brands?

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Are you aware of any civil engineering disasters or bad designs that have had a bad impact on the environment?
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A Software Engineer's interpretation of the first sentence of the Engineering section of the Squadron 42 Monthly Update for February 2020

I was just reading the Squadron 42 Monthly Report for February 2020 and thought I would do a software engineer's interpretation of the first sentence of the Engineering section for you guys. Here's the link: https://robertsspaceindustries.com/comm-link/transmission/17510-Squadron-42-Monthly-Report-February-2020 . I will be providing some code samples. I will use C# in all examples because it is easy to read.

>In Frankfurt, Engineering worked on physics threading and performance, including investigating the full parallelization of integration parts in physics time step-code, multithreading the polygonize function for interior volumes, continuing concurrent/immediate queuing for physics, implementing local command queues, and adding an option to create queues on demand.

There's a lot to break down here.

parallelization

Parallelization is making it so that parts of a mat

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Made a fluid simulation for my engineering exams
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YSK that if you’re looking for work but don’t have a college degree, many engineering firms have field teams that perform specific field tests that don’t require degrees. These jobs can pay well and lead to certifications that can be a career building block.

For instance, I work in the field of Cathodic Protection. We are the people that ensure underground metallic pipelines do not corrode and fail. The industry is huge (and growing) and no one seems to know about it. I began as an entry level field tech just taking soil samples and now 6 years later, landed a 6 figure job with 3 certifications I’ve completed along the way (no college degree). This is obviously anecdotal but the fact is that there are many ways in the trades specifically that one can build a rewarding career. I’ve told every new hire who shows up and thinks this is just a job that you will absolutely get out of this, what you put in to it. Feel free to DM me if you’re looking for work, I’ve made a lot of great contacts and can try my best to help out.

EDIT: I’m genuinely happy those who have reached out are interested. I’ll address every message I get (as time allows) and try my best to help!

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Starting an engineering channel on Youtube to show off how my inventions help me live with a disability. Need name ideas for the channel. Also, roast me!
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43 out of 50 Top-ranked Engineering Schools Move to P/F

47 out of US News' top 50 undergraduate engineering programs have either moved to a blanket pass/fail option for Spring 2020 or have modified pass/fail policies to allow students to opt in. The 3 universities that have not modified their policies are: Tech (#4), UCSB (#34) and ASU (#39).

Not only is Tech being unfair and unaccommodating to students who have limited access to technology or are under exceptional financial stress, but they are disadvantaging all students who will struggle with the transition to online classes and suffer hits to their GPA. By not giving the students the option to switch classes to pass-fail, as 94% of their peer institutions have done, Tech is putting their current students and graduates at a competitive disadvantage against students from other top-ranking institutions and potentially damaging their internship or job prospects, or their chances at graduate school adm

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Engineering vs Architecture.
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My dad in Paris, 1974. He graduated first in his class in Iran and received a bursary from the Shah to study his masters in engineering at Γ‰cole Polytechnique.
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Are synthetic diamonds better for engineering and scientific purposes than natural?

I was listening to a podcast about the finding of the worlds largest uncut diamonds, and they went over some history and were talking about synthetic diamonds too. I'm just curious because my line of thinking is a synthetic one would have less impurities and thus better for certain applications. What do you guys in the industry think?

EDIT: WOW I came back 7 days later and the responses are crazy informative. Thank you for teaching me so much r/engineering.

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How an anti ad-blocker works: Reverse-engineering BlockAdBlock xy2.dev/article/re-bab/
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The ants have come up with some engineering know-how on this particular project, reminds me of how the ancient Egyptians moved stone blocks to build pyramids
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You now have access to perfect genetic engineering, infinite funds, and no ethics. What is the first thing you make?
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American Engineering
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What are your favorite engineering-related fidgets?

I love having an assortment of good fidgets on my desk, especially for all my virtual meetings now. When I worked at a nuclear power designer I was given a super small pneumatic piston that made a perfect fidget (I sadly donated it to a co-worker when I left.) Now I've got a few machined stainless spinners and an infinity cube. I'm usually a sucker for over-engineered kinetic toys.

What's on your desk?

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TIL that James Doohan (i.e. Scotty in the Original Star Trek) helped a suicidal fan by personally requesting her attendance to a convention, after 8 years of silence he received a letter from her thanking him for what he did, and stating she had earned her Masters degree in Electronic Engineering. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jam…
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Favorite Engineering Acronym

It seems like there are a never ending list of engineering acronyms. What’s the most ridiculous acronym you’ve seen or had to use? πŸš€

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What good hobbies can I take up to increase my engineering skill set?

I got my BSME from the University of Toledo in 2011. There I had 3 co-ops. At the first I read repair manuals and updated documents, the second was a bait-and-switch where I ended up doing time studies on CNC machines, and the other was at NASA’s turbomachinery branch at MSFC. Obviously the last one was the bee’s knees, where I actually applied what I learned in school to help develop rocket engines.

However, the fun started and stopped there. My first job out of college was a glorified drafting gig that lasted 4 years before I couldn’t take it anymore, and my current job is for a gas heater company where 90% of my time is spent communicating with our Chinese suppliers who are the ones doing all the engineering work. Now I’m 31 and my only industry experience is knowing how to function inside a bureaucratic environment. I had a job interview a few weeks ago but I fell flat on my face when asked about my engineering experience.

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What was your first clue the advanced math, engineering, architecture, or was it the people who were much smarter than you?
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Want unlimited clean energy? Just drill the world's hottest well. An engineering team bored 2 miles into hot rock without causing major earthquakesβ€”a good sign for harnessing the Earth's heat as a power source. wired.com/story/want-unli…
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UK Government seeks new innovations for frugal medical ventilators. Health care engineering. COVID19. medium.com/frontier-techn…
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Engineering Prof Seeks Student Input

Update: 10:11am, 16 March. I'm back. I can't continue to answer every comment. But I do promise to read everything, and collate everything into a (anonymized) report to pass up the chain of comment. Once again - THANK YOU!

Update: 8:45pm, 15 March. This is awesome! I'm so grateful for all the input. But Westworld Season 3 starts at 9pm and my carpal tunnel is acting up, so I'm gonna take a break. I promise to get back on here as soon as I can.

I looked around and saw no one else trying this here, so here goes.

I'm an engineering prof. I'm interested in meaningful comments from students about the impact of the COVIDocalypse on the remainder of the semester (and exams in particular). Those of you who know me know I enjoy a good gag, even a good NSFW gag (<- see what I did there?), but this isn't the time for a lot of horseplay. So, please let's keep it (mostly) serious.

Quite frankly, some my colleagues are in a bit of a panic about tests and exams. They want to be fai

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Are you an employed software engineering using Go that is entirely self taught? What was your path to success and major milestones you remember from your first day of using Go to getting your offer letter?

I'm trying to learn from other people's experience and make a structured timeline with projects, resources, and milestones on my way to becoming a software engineer.

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Engineering Unions?

So my company is being beyond stupid with all of what is going on and has been screwing over employees for years. I think a union would be extremely beneficial. Do engineering Unions exist? If they do, how can one be started?

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gErMaN eNgInEeRiNg !
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"Public and private labs around the world are pursuing cutting-edge vaccine engineering strategies that have never been tested on such a large scale. If these efforts succeed, the vaccine would become an essential tool to fight or prevent future COVID epidemics," says Dr. Jean Peccoud. brainworldmagazine.com/la…
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Prof. Gilbert Strang a mathematician and professor at MIT mentioning Python while teaching a course on Computational Science and Engineering in Fall 2008
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Would computer engineering be a more advisable course over computer science for the space industry?
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In this time where many are staying home, what are some resources to review/sharpen your engineering design/analysis skills, or learn/train using new tools?

Hello r/AskEngineers,

As a junior Aerospace Engineering student who's been trying to work harder at being a competitive applicant for internship positions, I wanted to take this time where free time has opened up to hone in my hands-on engineering skills. I've heard that a bunch of online programming schools have opened up their classes/premium memberships to be accessible for free for this time (i.e. Codecademy), and I wanted to know if people from the industry/subreddit have some insight on free or affordable resources to sharpen one's engineering skills.

I know personal projects are also a go-to for boosting your resume while also making you a more confident engineer, but I feel like some guidance would be helpful for students (and probably professionals continuing lifelong learning!)

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Engineers of Reddit, what were some big moments for Engineering in 2019? (I.e, discoveries, new technologies, new/improved standards, major projects completed, etc...)

2019 is coming to a close, and with it we also get to look back at the hard work and achievements of the engineering community. What are some of the notable engineering achievements inclusive of all disciplines/industries that you think people should know about from this year?

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[D] Which open source machine learning projects best exemplify good software engineering and design principles?

As more and more engineers and scientists are creating production machine learning code I thought it'd be awesome to compile a list of examples to take inspiration from!

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What are some good engineering YouTube channels you follow?

Big fan of Colin Furze, DonnDIY and bad obsession, but looking for some more.

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I worked on a chemical engineering team contracted by the government, to create the WORST-smelling stinkbomb in the world. AMA

Title says it all. I'm happy to answer questions!

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German Engineering. v.redd.it/2g198oluqsp41
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Got a Switch! Win for Software Engineering

To try fight some of the boredom from staying inside, I decided this weekend to buy a Nintendo Switch. Unfortunately, they have been sold out worldwide for a couple weeks now, so I knew I would have to get creative to avoid paying the $450-$500 resale value.

So last night, I wrote a python script to monitor the Target and Best Buy websites. If a Switch changed to in-stock (either in a nearby store or online), it would send me a text with either the store address or a link to add to cart if it was online. I set it to run as a cronjob every minute, and started it at around 12:30am.

This morning at 7am, I woke to a text message that the Switch was in stock at a nearby Target. I jumped out of bed, got it my car, and drove to Target. When I arrived, I asked if they had any in stock, and the electronics associate said he had 1 in stock in the back.

He also said that 5 people had called about it already (the store had only been open for 25 minutes) and that he couldn’t hold it for anyone.

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Up for grabs: Old Engineering News archive from 1912 imgur.com/a/pbafTKO
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TIL Engineers in Canada receive an Iron Ring to remind them to have humility and follow highest engineering standards. It is proudly worn on a pinky of working hand and is given in a non-public ritual authored by Rudyard Kipling en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iro…
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My mechanical engineering home office
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[Update] My 5yr son has showed a lot of interest lately in engineering, particularly Aerospace engineering. He talks about it a lot and even asks me to find educational videos for him about it. What are some books, camps, activities, tips, anything to keep him interested and excited about this?

We’re at the Kennedy Space Center RIGHT NOW so he can see his first ever rocket take off. It’s a SpaceX rocket. We’re pretty stoked or whatever. Also, thanks everyone who suggested things in my old post. You genuinely made a difference in his life. He was interested in aerospace engineering before, now he’s genuinely indulged in it. I’m pretty proud to be his mom.

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How an anti ad-blocker works: Reverse-engineering BlockAdBlock xy2.dev/article/re-bab/
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Finally put my civil engineering degree to good use!
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Engineering team invents novel Direct Thermal Charging Cell for Converting low-grade waste heat to usable electricity. This technology taps into the massive potential of recycling low-grade heat as an energy source that can be used all over the world and help reduce overall industrial emissions hku.hk/press/press-releas…
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AITA for the comment I made about women' experiences at my engineering company as a panelist at a recruiting event?

I'm a software engineer, working at a well known tech company, that a lot of people want to work for. It kind of sucks being one of two women engineers here, to be frank. I'm friends with the other woman and she's equally frustrated.

But HR at my company asked me to be on a panel at a recruiting event where people can ask us questions about the company. We'd be recruiting interns and full time employees. I said I didn't think I could; I had other work commitments that day. But they were pretty insistent, saying that they wanted "my unique experience" on the panel.

So I went, and overall things went as expected, with one exception...

A girl who looked like she must have been a freshman or sophomore in college asked a question, she looked right at me and asked whether I thought (Company) had a good supportive environment for women in engineering. I started to say "That's a..." And right away, the three guys I was on the panel with started jumping right into saying how everyone is trea

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3D Print Lab at my School. Just joined an engineering prep program and the student who was giving me the tour opened the door and said, "and here's the playground!" I know this might not be a big deal for some vets here, but I'm really excited! p.s. - the other wall is all larger printers.
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Guys here is my biggest accomplishment as a civil engineering student. Must say im really proud of this one
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Univ of IL Engineering have developed a ventilator that can be rapidly produced rapidvent.grainger.illino…
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What's the most astounding feat of over-engineering you've ever seen?

We've all seen solutions get needlessly complicated for a stupid reason. I want to hear about yours to make me feel better about this week.

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To talk shit about engineering
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Scientific Proof That the Mind Interacts with Matter courtesy of Princeton's Engineering Anomalies Research Lab noosphere.princeton.edu
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I'm the first engineering hire at Notion. AMA!

Hello, I'm Chet Corcos. Ask me anything!

I'll be here Monday 3/16 PDT to answer as many questions as possible, but feel free to leave and upvote questions before then!

I've been building Notion for about 3 years now so I've worked on all kinds of things at this point, but here are some notable features you might recognize:

  • Mac App, Windows App
  • iOS App, Android App
  • Quick Find 1.0
  • Rich Copy-Paste
  • Trello / Asana Importers
  • Updates / Notifications
  • Inline Comments
  • Permission Groups
  • Version History
  • Public Page Search + Duplicate

A brief history about me:

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Birch World population mathematics (Gigastructural Engineering mod)

Let's talk about the Birch World introduced in the awesome Gigastructural Engineering mod. You can read more about it here.

*slaps the outer shell* This bad boy can fit so many fucking xenos on it.

Here I'm gonna do some math and try to calculate exactly how many xenos (or humans if you want to) can fit here.

According to Wikipedia, the mass of a black hole in the center of our galaxy is approximately 4*10^(6) solar masses or 8*10^(36) kilograms. The Earth's mass is "only" about 6*10^(24) kg so our black hole is about 1.3*10^(12) times heavier than Earth. Let's assume that the Stellaris black hole is a bit smaller and round it down to 1000000000000 Earths.

A birch world is a sphere (many spheres, i

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Just wanted to bring a little Engineering Humor to this Pandemic
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Does representation matter in historically male dominated industries such as engineering?

Hello,

I am a women of colour in engineering and often find myself as one of the few or only women of colour in various settings such as school and work. I am confident in my abilities, hard working, and ambitious but I can't help but question whether I truly belong because I question why there aren't other women of colour in similar roles as I or in roles I aspire to be in and whether its anticipation of where my "glass ceiling" is..

Hoping you can use this thread to discuss your thoughts on representation/diversity/inclusion. What are your experiences and perspectives on the matter? Do you think it's important? Have you seen your team hinder because of the lack of it or proposer because of the balance of it? If you are a women of colour, I'm curious what your experiences are, how you've excelled, and what you wish was/is there to support you in your role (ie. mentoring, representation in leadership, etc).

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20 years old, first year engineering student, you can't do me dirtier than uni does!
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OSU engineering survey

If you’re in the college of engineering please take the survey sent out this morning and voice your opinions on your discontent with virtual learning and make a push for pass/fail.

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I’m a lonely 4chan dweller, in college for computer engineering. I’m unsuccessfully attempting to fit in with the bitchy girls I’m surrounded with. Roast me.
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That's one small blop for an engineer, one giant blob for engineering...
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Small engineering firm, we're keeping a sense of humor while having to work during this Covid19 crisis
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Livestreamed church service I'm engineering/cam op-ing v.redd.it/lqj3lwq2omp41
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r/engineering's Weekly Career Discussion Thread [30 March 2020]

Welcome to the weekly career discussion thread! Today's thread is for all your career questions, industry discussion, and a chance to get feedback on your rΓ©sumΓ© & etc. from other engineers. Topics of discussion include:

  • Career advice and guidance, including questions about which engineering major to choose

  • The job market, salary, benefits, and negotiating tactics

  • Office politics, management strategies, and other employee topics

  • Sharing stories & photos about current projects you're working on

> [Archive of past threads]


Guidelines:

  1. Most subreddit rules (with the obvious exceptions of R1 and R3) still apply and will be enforced, especially R7 and R9.

  2. Job POSTINGS must go into the latest [Quarterly Hiring Thread.](https://www.reddit.com/r/engineering/search?q=flair%3A%22hiring+thread%22&restrict_sr=on&sort=new&am

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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