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John Blyler Interview on ChipEstimate.TV

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Sean O’Kane, Producer/Host ChipEstimate.TV interviews:

John Blyler, Editor-in-Chief, Chip Design
and Embedded Intel magazines

For more information about John Blyler go to:
http://www.facebook.com/john.blyler or https://twitter.com/#!/johnblyler or http://www.chipestimate.com/blogs/IPInsider/

For more information about ChipEstimate.TV go to: http://www.chipestimate.tv or ChipEstimate.com go to: http://www.chipestimate.com

 


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John Blyler is the editorial director of Extension Media, which publishes Chip Design and Embedded Intel® Solutions magazine, plus over 36 EECatalog Engineers’ Guides in vertical market areas.

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