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It’s Time to Apply for Summer 2020 Internships

Are you a student majoring in engineering, computer science, math, or physics? Do you like computational fluid dynamics and mesh generation? Have you started thinking about how you’ll spend next summer? Are you home for winter break with free time … Continue reading

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Meet Michael Honke, Our Intern for the Fall Semester

A few weeks ago we welcomed Michael Honke to Pointwise’s Product Development team. Michael is currently completing a masters in computer science at the University of Waterloo. 

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Stuff Engineers Don’t Learn in School, Part 4

In this last post of our series on Carl Selinger’s book Stuff You Don’t Learn in Engineering School, our summer interns (Cade, Cannon, and Patrick) and I discuss the book’s last five chapters: Ethics in the Workplace, Developing Leadership Skills, … Continue reading

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Stuff Engineers Don’t Learn in School, Part 3

In this 3rd installment of our series on Carl Selinger’s book Stuff You Don’t Learn in Engineering School, Cade, Cannon and I (Patrick couldn’t make the meeting) delve into chapters 8-11 on Understanding Yourself and Others, Working in Teams, Learn … Continue reading

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I’m Cannon DeBardelaben and This Is How I Mesh

I’ve always had a passion for all things aerospace. One of my earliest memories is going up in a biplane where we proceeded to do barrel rolls and loops. As a kid I read every aircraft or space encyclopedia I … Continue reading

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