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The DMC Monthly Update highlights recent company events and accomplishments. Additionally, our team of expert engineers provides technical tips and anecdotes that are relevant to DMC readers. Their advice is available via the “Ask DMC” section. The Employee Spotlight takes a closer look at the individuals who drive Team DMC.

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DMC Monthly Update

Volume 2, Issue 5

July 19, 2011

 

 

Engineering Insight

 

 

Learn about
Microsoft Office 365

 

 

Structural Health Monitoring with National Instruments LabVIEW

 

 

Video: Color Coding Custom SharePoint
Lists and Tasks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have a technical or
business question?

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DMC Connects
Siemens User Community

 

DMC helped develop a unique "speed networking" event to connect Siemens Solution Partners and users with an interactive iPad application.

 

 

 

Employee Spotlight:
Boris Cherkasskiy

 

Which has not been Boris' previous job?
A. Military programmer

B. Hockey all-star forward

C. Eurodance DJ

Read his Employee Spotlight to find out!

 

 

 

DMC at the 2011 Siemens
Automation Summit

 

Read about the Automation Summit where DMC received a Customer Excellence Award, and view Tim and Nick's presentations on Siemens tips and tricks.

 

 

 

DMC Braves the Corporate Challenge

 

Find out how DMC did given the chilly conditions at the 2011 JP Morgan Chase Corporate Challenge 3.5 mile race.

 

 

DMC Quote Board

 

Is power steering really necessary?
View our most quotable moments this month.

 

 

Geek Challenge: Summer Road Trip Riddle

 

July is the heart of summer road trip season.  And with gas at about $4 per gallon, that trip to the national park can be pretty expensive.  So, this month’s geek challenge could help you optimize your trip.

 

Given the Mercury Milan consumption curve, how much is saved per hour by driving at 65 MPH instead of 75 MPH?

 

A. $6 per hour
B. $9 per hour
C. $12 per hour
D. $15 per hour

 

The correct answer with the best engineering content will be this month’s winner. Submit your
responses to: geekchallenge@dmcinfo.com