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Nick Trompert

Nick Trompert is a Sr. Manager. He is responsible for connecting with the best engineering and information technology talent and resources in the world. He is one of the founders of Talent 101 and joined full time after college.
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Industry trends and changes affecting the engineering recruitment landscape

Posted on July 24, 2023 by Nick Trompert


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Seven Key-Ways to Engage and Inspire Your Team in an Engineering & IT Workforce Solutions Setting

Posted on June 16, 2023 by Nick Trompert


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Top 10 Qualifications for an Outstanding Project Manager

Posted on May 11, 2023 by Nick Trompert


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Top Factors Leading to Job Offer Rejections and Strategies to Counteract Them

Posted on April 10, 2023 by Nick Trompert


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Ways to find and attract highly skilled candidates in the semiconductor industry

Posted on March 15, 2023 by Nick Trompert


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The top 5 skills to look for in a candidate when hiring a new electrical engineering grad

Posted on February 7, 2023 by Nick Trompert


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USB 4: What you need to know

Posted on April 24, 2019 by Nick Trompert

In March, the USB Implementers Forums (USB-IF) announced the USB4, the latest version of the popular connector. Although the full specifications haven’t been released, the standard is expected to be faster, better equipped, and more standardized than all previous versions.

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TI Sitara Am57x Designed with Developers in Mind

Posted on October 30, 2015 by Nick Trompert

Among advancements in the semiconductor market, the Texas Instruments Sitara Am57x processor is the latest in high performance. The Sitara Am57x processors are designed for a broad range of embedded and industrial applications.

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Advanced Automotive Radar Technology from Freescale Semiconductor

Posted on September 28, 2015 by Nick Trompert

Semiconductor technology increases passenger safety

According to Jurgen Weyer, Vice President of Automotive Sales and Marketing at Freescale, the mission is clear – “To advance the truly assisted driver, the role of radar and other technologies is expanding to provide coverage around the entire vehicle. We are very pleased to make our roads safer by facilitating broader adoption of radar in more mainstream vehicles.” Freescale Semiconductor and Continental are planning to integrate Freescale’s next 77GHz radar technology into Continentals short and mid-range automotive radar modules. It’s a move that represents the next generation of Continental’s advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). The benefits are dual. ADAS safety benefits will available to more cars, and automakers will be able to meet mandated safety regulations.

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TI commits another $2.2 million to STEM education in Texas

Posted on May 29, 2015 by Nick Trompert

Texas Instruments has committed another $2.2 million to Educate Texas, which will provide additional funding to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) programs in schools throughout the state. 

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