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Nov 06, 2011


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Dudey Hiller

I am the owner of a tiny sole proprietorship that specializes in flash programming models for ICT GR228X and Teradyne Test Station. I program everything from NAND Flash to most Microcontrollers. My business mission is to eliminate dedicated flash stations and evict the dedicated programmer PODs from all the ICT fixtures in the world.
One would think that my biggest challenge was writing the drivers and the models and putting these algorithms together. No…
The biggest challenge is getting the industry to take you seriously and motivating the end user to plug your solution in, turn it on and press the go button.

Alan Sguigna

Thanks for the observation, Dudey. Yes, I agree, there can sometimes be a lot of inertia within the test engineering community, against adopting new technologies and trying out different approaches.

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