Monthly Archives: May 2010

Chad Schneider

Learn by doing

05.25.2010 by Chad Schneider

I don’t learn anything new from examining a design for the 23rd time. I’ve checked for mistakes, but it’s all based on what I already know and a few educated guesses. The only way I can learn more is by building.

Chad Schneider

Sit still for a great idea

05.18.2010 by Chad Schneider

Making progress feels good, but when progress slows or I’ve hit a roadblock, it can be frustrating. When I need some fresh ideas, it’s time for a distraction.

Jenny Regan

Maryland – A Biotechnology Leader

05.12.2010 by Jenny Regan

Last week I attended the Biotechnology Industry Organization’s (BIO) 2010 conference in Chicago, where I learned that the biotech industry thinks Maryland is a great place to do business, and it’s on track to get better.

Chad Schneider

When To Do It Yourself

05.11.2010 by Chad Schneider

Whether to build a custom product or go with something off the shelf can be a tough decision. There are several factors to consider when shopping for off-the-shelf solutions, and cost is only one of them.

Alexis McKenzie

Congratulations to the Robodoves

05.04.2010 by Alexis McKenzie

Congratulations to the Western High school all-girls Robodoves team for advancing to the finals of the Chesapeake Regional First Robotics Tournament.