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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 3, Issue 7

September 13, 2012



 

 

Engineering Insight

 

Integrate SharePoint 2010 with CRM Online

 

 

National Instruments Real-Time Target Asset Management

 

 

Siemens S7-1200 Serial Communication

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Celebrate Oktoberfest at DMC


DMC's Oktoberfest party is back by popular demand! We hope you can join us for food, drinks, & fun. Prost!

 

October 11, 2012
4pm - 10pm


Use these links to easily RSVP:
Yes, No, Maybe or contact jessica.mlinaric@dmcinfo.com

 

DMC on Campus this Fall

 

DMC will be back on campus this fall looking for stellar candidates to join our team!
Check out our 2012 recruiting schedule.


 

 

Employee Spotlight: Courtney Mitchell

 

What's a combination between a bike and a dog? Courtney's other favorite pastime - read on to find out!

 

 

LabVIEW User Group Meeting Recap

 

DMC recently hosted the Chicagoland LabVIEW Users Group meeting. Read on for Patrick's recap of the event.

 

 

Visit Our Office Through Video

 

DMC's video series invites you into our office. Visit our office and check out our lab spaces!

 

 

DMC Ping Pong Challenge

 

The London Olympics may be behind us, but employees at DMC are just beginning their Ping Pong Ladder Challenge!

 

 

 

Geek Challenge: Perfectly Random Puzzle


Four groups of 225 random 0’s and 1’s are presented.  One of these groups is perfectly random like a coin flip (although calculated from Excel’s RAND() function). The other three groups, while still random, have rules applied which make them not a pure coin flip. 

 

Can you spot the perfectly random sample?  
What methods do you use to spot it?

 

Submit your responses to geekchallenge@dmcinfo.com.