The young automobile enthusiast is quickly able to hotwire the car’s engine. See how quickly he learns this and a whole bunch of other things. That’s how enthusiastic he is, and that’s how interested he is in his new-found hobby. The young computer whiz kid is now able to build his own circuit board. Or has been able to do for dozens of years. But today’s kids, what you would usually refer to as the millennials, are also spoilt for choice.
While they can get on with their hardcore coding work, or hacking, printed circuit boards are being mass produced across the globe. No longer in just one center of the informational super highway universe, say, the silicon chip valley, but in different centers that are strategically situated so as to better able to service the demanding markets that surround them. But so that things never get out of control, there is still always just this one command center.
It is able to field dozens, probably more, say how about hundreds of queries in a single working day. Today, that’s an odd analogy. Some of you may still be confining yourselves to a conventional working day of no more than the standard eight to twelve hours per shift, always depending on the nature of your productive universe and the heavy demands being placed on your shoulders. Odd then in the sense that the above-said command center’s operating hours are going to be from 12 AM to 12 AM.
That’s right; 24/7. It has to be, given the demands. And it can be, given the virtual infrastructure put in place. And so it goes that shipping printed circuit boards to far out places is so much quicker and easier because those printing boards, they keep on getting smaller and smaller.