The world of science and technology is changing exponentially and this is the main reason why an engineer
should keep enhancing his skills and learn new ones so that he can keep up with this ever changing
technology. Electronic engineering is also not speared form this rapid evolution. Moore’s Law (1965) for
example has been the driving force behind innovation in IC manufacturing, and now according to
professional engineer it has completed it’s life span only after 51 years. New technologies like graphene
based transistors, quantum computing and Carbon Nanotubes and being developed for survival in
electronics beyond this law.
So for electronics engineers here are 10 ways to increase their practical knowledge and to keep up with