In this webinar you will learn a set of Python coding guidelines, which you can start using right away or use as a basis for creating your own project-specific coding guidelines. Examples of how to write Pythonic code, that is, Python written in the style Python was meant to be written, as opposed to writing code using Python syntax but in the style of some other programming language.
This webinar will discuss how backfeeding occurs and what it has to do with ESD protection. First, we will show techniques for discovering and measuring backfeeding. Figuring out where the backfeeding is coming from is often detective work for hunting the cause. After the sources are identified, it is time to talk about prevention.