May 24, 2011
Judy Warner is currently the Director of Sales and Marketing for Transline Technology, Inc. in Anaheim, CA. Judy has been in the Printed Circuit Board industry for nearly two decades. Her career began with Details, Inc. (later to become DDi). She was a Top-Producing Sales Professional for 10 years for Electroetch Circuits (later to become Tyco, then TTM). She has also spent several years as an Independent Sales Representative including time as the owner of her own Rep firm, Outsource Solutions. This blog is part of Microwave Journal's guest blog series.
Don’t tell secrets
Don’t judge a book by its cover
Hard work can be really fun
It’s great to have smart friends
Social Media is not just for teenagers
Nice people rock
Mean people don’t
Many hands make quick work…and a great conference
The ones with the best questions often create innovations that change the world!
RF/MW Geeks are the new Rock Stars
Promote your peers and friends
Listening is more useful than talking (so I been told!)
Small companies are just as valuable as big ones
He who asks the best questions, often creates innovations that change the world
Rogers Corp. gives away very cool gifts! (Like the Sony Bloggie I won at their party!)
Baltimore has a gorgeous Inner Harbor and really good food
One can never overestimate the value of Motrin and caffeine
Don’t ever skimp on the carpet padding
Don’t mess with an Orioles fan
Hard Laughter is good for you
Microwave Journal throws a great party, and has nice friends
Twitter is so NOT stupid!
Share a cab…make some friends!
Beware of RF connector Reps after dark
Everyday is a party if you have a San-Tron Crab hat and a camera!
Its fun to give stuff away
LinkedIn keeps you linked in
Sleep is a very good thing!
Drinking too much the night before networking all day with really smart people… not so good!
Work is always better when you love what you do, and you enjoy the people you do it with. I am grateful that I enjoy both. IMS 2011 was a full and exhausting week…yet so much fun! I congratulate and acknowledge the small army of collaborators who made the MTTS IMS 2011 such a success. It was, indeed, a show to be remembered. I feel fortunate to have been a small part of such a grand event!
Looking forward to doing it again in Montreal in 2012!