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DMC Monthly Update

Volume 2, Issue 2

April 27, 2011


Engineering Insight




Business Cards for Geeks - The DMC QR Code Generator 


Extrusion Retrofit
with Yaskawa MP2600


Application Programming with Yaskawa's A1000 Inverter Drive







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DMC's Office is Moving


As of Monday, May 2, DMC will be located at:


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DMC Newsletter Celebrates
First Anniversary


It's been our pleasure to bring you DMC news
and insight in our Monthly Update for the past
year. We would love to hear your feedback
and look forward to many issues to come!




DMC to Present at CSIA's
2011 Executive Conference


Read about Rick Rietz's upcoming presentation at the Control Systems integrators Association Executive Conference. Rick will address this year's theme of "Inspiring Performance" by using technology to address business challenges.



Shamrock Shuffle 2011


Several DMC employees enjoyed a sunny Sunday jog in downtown Chicago for the Shamrock Shuffle 8K. Read on to see how we did!



Employee Spotlight: Nick Shea


Nick shares his experiences working in China, living in Malaysia, and reasons why St. Louis
is home to the MLB's best baseball team.



Robot vs. Human Soccer


Danny attends an event that proves the robot revolution is nigh - at least in sports. Read more about the Osaka Robotics Event at the Museum of Science and Industry.


DMC Quote Board


PCs of the future will be free?
View our most quotable moments this month.



Geek Challenge Results: An Egg-sercise for You!


Last month's challenge was to most efficiently identify one peanut-butter Easter egg from a group of 11 identical chocolate eggs knowing having only a traditional balance scale.


Congrats to Paul Benjamin of Rockwell Collins and DMC's Dan Freve for the best answers to last month's Geek Challenge! Click here to check out the winning responses, as well as a decision chart.


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