50,000th Member Announced!
In my last post, I wrote that DSPRelated.com was about to reach the 50,000 members mark. Well, I am very happy to announce that it happened during the holidays, and the lucky person is Charlie Tsai from Taiwan. Charlie is an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the National Central University in Taiwan where he teaches the "Biomedical Signal Processing" class. He is also the advisor of the ElectroBioMedical Laboratory where he conducts various biomedical researches.
It took a little more than ten years for DSPRelated to reach the 50,000 registered members milestone. At the current pace, it should take less than 5 more years for the site to reach the 100,000 members mark.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank the people who have and continue to make DSPRelated.com one of the most useful resource for DSP Engineers, Students and Researchers around the world.
Special thanks to:
- Rick Lyons for the constant flow of incredibly useful articles published in his blog,
- Jeff Brower, Mike Dunn, Richard Williams and Mike Rosing for their outstanding contribution to the DSP community through their continuous participation to the DSPRelated.com discussion groups. These guys have been around for years and have helped countless number of engineers solve their DSP related issues.
- Julius Orion Smith III for offering his free online books to the DSPRelated.com readers
- Texas Instruments, Spectrum Digital, Analog Devices and SeedDSP for their current or recent sponsorship of the site. They make it possible for me to work on the maintance and improvement of DSPRelated.com on a daily basis.
2010 will be a big year for the site. Look out for significant improvements and new sections to be published in the near future. My constant goal it to make your life, as a DSP professional, richer and easier.
Happy new year everyone and thanks again for being part of DSPRelated.com's success.
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