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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 9

November 8, 2011

 

 

Engineering Insight

 

 

3-D Vision Interactive Display Case

 

Create a Photo Booth with Your Canon DSLR

 

Integrating SharePoint 2010 with MSFT CRM

 

Programmatic Saves of LabVIEW Plots & Charts

 

 

   

 

 

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DMC's Oktoberfest Open House

 

Beer, brats, and live polka?
Take a peek inside DMC's open house for our first ever Oktoberfest!

 

 

Employee Spotlight: Tim Jager

 

Tim shares the story of how he got hired at DMC, and career advice for what candidates should do instead.

 

 

DMC Kinect Display Video

 

DMC's interactive display case is a fun way to feature our projects and partnerships.
Check out this video of the updated display!

 

3-Minute Video: Why Do Businesses Implement SharePoint?

 

"What is SharePoint?" This 3-minute video explains the business benefits of SharePoint with a fun animation.

 

DMC Quote Board

 

How does Nick prep for a zipline competition? Find out in this month's quotable moments.

 

 

 

Geek Challenge: Deer Dilemma

 

A state forest is square and 6 miles on each side, and known to be home to a population of 1,000 deer.  A road runs straight through the forest (not diagonally) and is silently traveled by an electric car whose driver is oblivious to the deer.  

 

What is the probability of the car hitting a deer?

A) 14%
B) 25%
C) 28%
D) 36%

 

For purposes of the calculation, assume that the car has a width of 6 ft. and that the width of a deer (averaging all orientations) is 3 ft.

 

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