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Doug Jorgesen
Works at Marki Microwave
Attended University of California, San Diego
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Sweet new remote control light string. Just need +Jeremy Rode to add his music to led control ucontroller.
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“I have never let my schooling interfere with my education.” -Mark Twain In my blogging past, I have always written to a very RF savvy audience. Now t
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Top of morgan hill. Love this town.
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"Maybe making the world a smaller place is exactly what you want to do. Maybe you don’t want to work in big markets. Maybe it’s much better to find or make a small market, excel, and own it. And yet, the single business idea that you hear most often is: the bigger the market, the better. That is utterly, totally wrong. The restaurant business is a huge market. It is also not a very good way to make money."
Here are my essay versions of my class notes from CS183: Startup. Errors and omissions are my own. Credit for good stuff is Peter’s. Class 1: The Challenge of the Future Class 2: Party Like it’s...
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Absolutely---the bigger the market the more its regulated.  You are much better of being the guy that invented the FPGA then being Mark Ducherberg. 
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Note to undergrads: when your professor begins a derivation, it always starts with "we'll make the following assumptions", followed shortly by "and these higher order terms are small, so we'll ignore them" or "for small signals this looks like...".

Going back to assumptions and looking at the higher order terms is where research is done, and where there is money to be made.
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clearly you've been talking to Ferenc
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You said it, +Brian Orr
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  • University of California, San Diego
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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Douglas Jorgesen
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  • Marki Microwave
    Customer Experience Manager, 2011 - present
  • Intel
  • Sun Microsystems
  • Ziva
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San Diego, California
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Lakeland, Florida - Urbana, Illinois - Moline, Illinois - Southbend, Indiana
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