We are pleased to share that PCB Chat, our popular podcast, is now available via Spotify.
So now you have four channels for accessing the weekly podcasts: iTunes, Google Play, Spotify and, of course, pcbchat.com. Happy listening!
A couple new podcasts to call your attention to.
In one, I speak with my longtime friend Randall Sherman, the EMS/ODM analyst and founder of New Venture Research, on recent developments in the market and how EMS companies are leading innovation by building intelligence into production systems.
In the second, I discuss the ongoing issues faced by the supply chain, and especially fabricators, in the wake of AS9100D.
The podcasts can be found at https://upmg.podbean.com.
We will be reporting from the Productronica trade show in Munich next week. For the uninitiated, Productronica is the largest electronics assembly show in the world, filling more than six halls the sizes of aircraft hangers at the Messe Fairgrounds.
Each day, I’ll report what I saw and heard at the show for our new podcast, PCB Chat. Tune in at upmg.podbean.com for the recaps. And for real-time updates, follow me on Twitter (twitter.com/mikebuetow). And if you are headed to the show, feel free to drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org or connect with me via LinkedIn.
After a hiatus, we have relaunched PCB Chat as a podcast.
Our first guest is Mike Konrad of Aqueous Technologies, who shares his experience with what happens when a contract manufacturer follows its customer’s instructions to the detriment of the product. The outcome: Product failures, blame, drama, and a really big lawsuit.
We apologize in advance for the imperfect audio; we are still getting up to speed on the editing tools. But we think you’ll enjoy this, the first in what will be a regular series of interviews and conversations.