ESC Silicon Valley 2016

Dec 07 – Dec 08, 2016

Micrium will be at this year's ESC Silicon Valley Conference, offering the following sessions:

Implementing Your Maker Project Using Free Commercial Tools & Software

Until now, makers had little choice but to use open source software and tools to "hack" together their inspirations. This session will provide a brief introduction to RTOSs and protocol stacks commonly used in modern embedded designs. It will also show you how you can get and use commercial grade embedded software and tools for free, whether you are a student, educator, hobbyist, do-it-yourselfer, maker, startup or you simply want to create a proof-of-concept for your next embedded project.

Matt Gordon  |  Director of Applications Engineering, Micrium Inc.

Location:  210 DH
Date:  Thursday, December 8
Time:  2:00pm - 2:45pm

Panel: How to Start Your Own Start-up

Most embedded engineers have considered forming their own startup company at one time or another, but few actually do so because they don't know where to start. Of the ones who do take a leap of faith, many discover that there can be lots of unexpected pitfalls for the unwary. In this panel, which will be hosted by Embedded.com's Max Maxfield, engineers who have founded their own companies will share their experiences and answer your questions.

Location:  ESC Engineering Theater
Date:  Wednesday, December 7
Time:  2:00pm - 2:45pm

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