DETROIT – Despite their software engineering training, some graduates aren’t ready for real-world working environments, says Jacqui Dedo, vice president and general manager-worldwide market operations automotive, communications and electronics systems for Motorola Inc. Speaking on a panel at the Society of Automotive Engineers 2003 World Congress here, Dedo says graduates typically have been taught the “quick way” to do things and are not accustomed to the stringent methodologies applied ...

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