Specialized System Design. It Matters. Here’s why.

There’s no doubt about it: system engineering seems to be a hot issue over the course of the last year. As I’ve dug deeper and deeper into this discipline, I’ve been a bit surprised at some of the specialization I uncovered. I mean, isn’t system engineering all the same? No. All system engineering is not the same. In fact, specialized flavors of system design can vary dramatically from one another.

In this post, I’ll share some of the different flavors of system design that I’ve found, their similaries and differences and why it matters.

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