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DMC Denver's Sign Gets a Glow Up

If you visit DMC's Denver office, you might notice a rainbow glow greeting you. Learn how a few of the Denver DMC engineers took it upon themselves to add a new LED illuminated sign to the office entrance.  Workplace Improvement Initiativ...


The Guide to Life at DMC Dallas

Dallas is the latest addition to DMC’s country-wide office collection, making Texas the first and only state with two DMC offices. Dallas offers a variety of project opportunities to DMC, with work in the aerospace, shipping, energy, proce...


A Pasta-tively Amazing Welcome Party

Starting at a new company is an adjustment and involves meeting many new faces. One of the ways DMC helps transition each new employee into the company culture is by hosting a welcome party. Welcome parties bring employees together outside of work to...


Boston’s Succulent Adventure

DMC’s Boston Office wasn’t afraid to get a little dirty to welcome their new administrative assistant, Kim Kim (me!), to the team. Boston DMC’ers showed off their multi-tasking skills as we chowed down on Indian food and planted our...


DMC Quote Board - January 2020

Visitors to DMC may notice our ever-changing "Quote Board," documenting the best engineering jokes and employee one-liners of the moment.  Learn more about DMC's company culture. 


A Simple Hardware Abstraction using LabVIEW OOP

At DMC, we write many applications where clients need to interact with and coordinate multiple pieces of test equipment. It can be challenging to write and maintain a LabVIEW application that does this, especially if you need to maintain backward com...


DMC's Technical Book Club

Background DMC encourages employee-led initiatives that contribute to skill growth and a fun company culture. For many years, we’ve had a book club that focuses on learning business and social science skills. A little over a year ago, I form...


Finite and (Almost-) Infinite State Machines

What is a state machine, and why should I use one? State machines are a way of organizing code into situations, or states, and transitions so that the code easier to follow and read. A state represents what the code and/or physical machine is current...


Siemens Multiuser: Tips and Tricks

Siemens Multiuser (MUS) is a powerful tool for allowing multiple engineers to edit a single program in tandem. Included here is a list of tips and tricks to make using MUS easier and more efficient. Below I’ll list out specific features of usin...


Unveiling the Power of the Nordic nRF9160 SiP

The nRF9160 is one of the latest product releases from Nordic. I have been having a lot of fun creating user applications with this chip, and wanted to share my experience with this new tool. A Chip That Packs a Punch The nRF9160 is a syst...


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