|ESC Silicon Valley Virtual Event is FREE to Attend.
Virtual Event Details:
Date: June 16, 2011
Time: 8am – 3pm PDT
t’s not too late to experience the Best of ESC Silicon Valley at our ESC Silicon Valley Virtual Event on June 16th!
A Fireside Chat with Woz!
Steve Wozniak, one of the original co-founders of Apple, turned a “fireside chat” at the Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) into a spontaneous – and sometimes contradictory – critique of education, particularly math, science and engineering education, even suggesting that the American public schools have outgrown their usefulness.
Too often, he said, “creativity gets tamped down” by production deadlines and quarterly earnings goals.
Watch the entire interview on June 16th
Register & Attend ESC Silicon Valley Virtual Event and you could win prizes!
- All Access Conference Pass to ESC Silicon Valley 2012 or ESC Boston 2012
- Annual Subscription to EE Times Confidential
- ESC Silicon Valley Conference Proceedings
Plus, visit our exhibitors’ booths for more great prizes.
Tune in for “The Best of ESC Silicon Valley” Presentations and live Q&A with:
Mars Ate My Spacecraft
Chief Engineer, The Ganssle Group
Jack Ganssle writes for Embedded Systems Design and has written six books on embedded systems and one on his sailing fiascos. He started developing embedded systems in the early ’70s using the 8008. Since then, he’s started and sold three electronics companies, including one of the bigger embedded tool businesses. He’s developed or managed more than 100 embedded products, from deep sea navigational gear to the White House security system. Ganssle now gives seminars to companies worldwide about better ways to develop embedded systems.
Speed Training: Android in an Hour
Independent Consultant and Contributing Editor, ESD Magazine
Bill Gatliff makes Free and Open Source technology work for embedded systems. Specializing in Linux kernel porting and real-time applications for more than a decade, Bill also provides some of the most sought-after, in-depth, up-to-date consulting and training on topics related to real-world embedded platforms and applications. His background includes automotive, industrial, aerospace, and medical devices. Bill is a contributing editor to Embedded Systems Design Magazine, and a member of the Advisory Board to the Embedded Systems Conference.
Developers Insight Into Cortex M4
Product Manager, GE Transportation
Mark is a return speaker to the Embedded Systems Conference. He is currently a product manager at GE Transportation in Melbourne, Florida. At GE he is involved with advanced product development in real-time controls, wireless, and communication systems. He has been developing embedded software for the automotive and transportation industries since the early 1990s. Mark holds a BSEE from Rose-Hulman, an MBA from Johns Hopkins, and is working on an MSE from Arizona State.
Be sure to visit the booths in the Exhibit Hall where you can earn points to become eligible for our prize drawings. Also check out prizes from our Exhibitors including a Tektronix MSO2024 Digital Oscilloscope valued at $5,620.00!