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An Engineer's Guide to Solving Problems

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Engineers want to get employed and stay employed.

An Engineer's Guide to Solving Problems targets engineering students and fresh graduates.

The transition from engineering school to real world problem solver can be rough. Suddenly, there is not just one correct response for a problem. There might be an infinite number of correct solutions, where some are simply better than

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Kindle Edition, 254 pages
Published March 1st 2014
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Main points are well-summarized. Parables oscillate between simple and complex, making Schmidt's book a good read for engineers of all levels. Most examples are electrical related, but the lessons learned can be easily applied to any engineering discipline.
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