Rick Hartley Named Top-Rated Speaker at PCB West


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Rick Hartley’s presentation on the design of power distribution and decoupling was the top rated session at PCB West 2015.

Hartley drew wide acclaim from the attendees in his class, scoring a 9.75 rating out of a possible 10 from the 52 evaluations returned. One hundred percent of attendees also rated the class either extremely relevant or relevant.

“I had an epiphany about my current project in the middle of this class!” said one respondent. Another added, “Rick’s classes are always amazing!” Hartley received raves as a “great speaker” and a “very passionate instructor.”

PCB West 2015 was held in September in Santa Clara, California. The event included a three-day technical conference and one-day exhibition at the Santa Clara Convention Center. The show attracted more than 1,900 attendees from the PCB, HDI, electronics assembly and circuit board test markets.

Next year’s event takes place the Sept. 13-15 at the Santa Clara Convention Center and will mark the 25th anniversary of PCB West.

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