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Cracking the code to craftsmanship

With the growing reliance on software in an increasingly high-tech world, it’s more important than ever to master the art of software engineering. Trainers Robert Deckers and Bart Vanderbeke have taken it upon themselves to turn developers into craftsmen.

Headlines

Dutch want photonics, AI and quantum in European Chips Act
Axelera AI attracts CTO from IBM Zurich
Samsung increases EUV layers in DRAM to five
Nvidia’s takeover of Arm dealt blow by EU
Hiber’s IoT service links with the UK’s Inmarsat Elera network
Mass production of Samsung’s 3nm node moved to next year
Eleo gives charge to Conmeq’s fully electric mini skid steer

Penny wise, pound foolish

The Dutch government wants to modernize the European Union, but it doesn’t want to pay the price. The EU’s research budget suffers.

In other news

Two bits in one atom (TU Delft)
Tesla tests the circuits for German energy market push (Reuters)
$20 Casio watch becomes Tesla car key (The Driven)

Ask the headhunter

I’m looking for a job in the semiconductor industry in the Netherlands. Due to my long stay abroad, however, my business network here has become less strong. I also know very little about the local chip scene.