Assist 2 Develop's Grinding Gears podcastGrinding Gears is sponsored by Prismier where manufacturing is simplified.
About Grinding Gears:
Engineering knowledge is limitless in its scope and detail.
Making sense of specialized engineering knowledge is not easy. Why? Most of it you didn't learn during your college years. A majority of the technical know-how is learned informally on the job. If you're fortunate, you will have an incredible mentor who can show you the tricks of the trade. In fact, the knowledge you need to have a successful career exists invisibly in the minds of engineers who are entirely unaware of it.
This podcast will serve as your own personal tribe of mentors. In each episode, we will extract tribal knowledge from top engineering and manufacturing leaders to help you on your journey.
There is no way of knowing what you are going to need around the next corner of your career, so let Grinding Gears be your guide.
The Grinding Gears Podcast is sponsored by Prismier where you can get high-quality prototyped parts in days, not weeks. a2d.app
🎧 Podcast episodesListen to 10 episodes
36 minutes · 3 years ago
Episode 8: Using Artificial Intelligence, engineering, and 3D Printing To Create Custom Footwear
42 minutes · 3 years ago
Episode 7: How Online Poker and Investing Helps You Calculate Risks and Make Better Decisions
45 minutes · 3 years ago
Episode 6 part 2: How NASA leverages the crowd to drive innovation
40 minutes · 3 years ago
Episode 6 part 1: How NASA leverages the crowd to drive innovation
32 minutes · 3 years ago
Episode 5: Why companies that prioritize innovation yield greater profits
38 minutes · 4 years ago
Episode 4: The Seven Deadly Sins of Product Development
55 minutes · 4 years ago
Episode 3: From writing code in Silicon Valley to Building Customized Camper Vans
46 minutes · 4 years ago
Episode 1 Part 2: The Making of an Expert Engineer
30 minutes · 4 years ago
Episode 1 Part 1: The Making of an Expert Engineer
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