OnTrack Newsletter: Cloud-based Design, RF and Design Tips

December 19, 2019 Judy Warner
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In this interview, we talk with Leigh Gawne, Chief Software Architect at Altium, to learn about Altium 365 and the impact he foresees that Cloud-enabled electronics realization will have on design engineers and the entire industry. (To see Leigh Gawne and team collaboratively design a board LIVE in Altium 365 at this year’s AltiumLive conference, watch this video).
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Technical Articles to Keep You Sharp
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The New Altium Designer 20, Altium 365, and Looking Ahead to 2020 - AltiumLive Keynote
The Impact Of Glass Weave Styles On Blind Vias And Differential Skew
Closing the Gap Between Electronics (ECAD) and Mechanics
On Shaky Ground—the Arguments Against Copper Pours
Octopart Guide: Selecting a High Resolution or High Frequency ADC

About the Author

Judy Warner


Judy Warner has held a unique variety of roles in the electronics industry since 1984. She has a deep background in PCB Manufacturing, RF and Microwave PCBs and Contract Manufacturing with a focus on Mil/Aero applications in technical sales and marketing.

She has been a writer, contributor and journalist for several industry publications such as Microwave Journal, The PCB Magazine, The PCB Design Magazine, PDCF&A and IEEE Microwave Magazine and is an active member of multiple IPC Designers Council chapters.

In March 2017, Warner became the Director of Community Engagement for Altium and immediately launched Altium’s OnTrack Newsletter.
She led the launch of AltiumLive: Annual PCB Design Summit, a new and annual Altium User Conference.

Judy's passion is to provide resources, support and to advocate for PCB Designers around the world.

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