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Coming Soon to HardwareCon 2019!

*Updated on 04/15/2019 Due to an influx of requests from HardwareCon attendees, Surcle’s Innovation Team will be joining Community Manager Hayley Thorfinnson this year at HardwareCon! Are you an engineering student or professional looking for a platform to host a hardware project? Or perhaps looking

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Crowdsourcing

STUDENTS! Use Surcle Host Your Project!

Are you an engineering student looking to host a hardware project for graduate school, or maybe just for fun? Surcle wants to help you (and your team) bring your ideas and projects to life! We believe that unconstrained collaboration is necessary for innovation and success,

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Community

Protocol Converter Challenge Relaunch

One of the best things about the advent of Internet of Things (IoT) technology is its capacity to allow seamless communication between industrial machinery. The reason being, networking manufacturing equipment allows for greater efficiency, improved safety, and significant cost savings. However, there is one significant

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Crowdsourcing

Crowdsourcing Is The Future of Engineering

The unfortunate reality is, now is not a great time to be an engineering major or a recent college graduate. Though the U.S. economy is doing well, today’s younger workers don’t have the same economic opportunities their parents did. A recent survey by the Strada

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Community

April Upcoming Events

Happy April Surcle Community! We have a busy schedule ahead of us this month, and I’m excited to share our itinerary for the next coming weeks! ECE Day A day-long event created by the students of the Electrical and Computer Engineering department of U.C. San

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College Students Should Be Thinking About Machine Learning

Recent survey conducted by the National Association of Colleges an Employers (NACE) has good news for the class of 2019. The organization is forecasting employers will increase graduate hiring by 16.6 percent from 2018. However, students who are becoming postgraduates this year should remember that not

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