Web 2.0 developments can improve an engineer’s productivity at work, as well as his or her professional development
Adnan Siddiqui Engineered Product Services, LLC
Since it was opened to commercial content in the early 1990s, the internet has become a ubiquitous repository of knowledge. Its open architecture allows for an almost unlimited number of diverse applications, such as sending and receiving email, sharing video clips, publishing blogs, performing commercial transactions, buying from mail-order stores and so on. While a plethora of internet services are valued for personal use, many can improve your productivity and performance as an engineer....
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