The Embedded Designer’s Forum (EDF) is a worldwide series of technical learning events focused on innovative technologies that will help designers stay ahead in today’s competitive environment. The forums will run from October 2009 through February 2010 at 120 locations across North America, Europe, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, China, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, ASEAN, and India. All attendees will receive a discount on select Microchip development tools, as well as a free, hands-on training class at any of Microchip’s 37 worldwide Regional Training Centers.
Embedded Designer’s Forum Sessions
- Lower Your System Power With the World’s Lowest Sleep Power MCU
- Getting the Most Out of the New 32 MHz PIC16F Enhanced 8-bit Core MCUs
- Expand Your Application With PIC32 32-bit Performance
- Add LCD and Graphics Displays to Your Products
- Improve Your User Interfaces Using Touch-Sense Technology
- Integrate USB Connectivity Into Your Embedded Design
The Embedded Designer’s Forums will teach engineers how to add more features and functionality to their designs, lower system costs, and speed time to market. EDF attendees will see demos of Microchip’s easy-to-use development tools and free software libraries. Discounted tools include the MPLAB Starter Kits for PIC18 8-bit, PIC24F 16-bit, and PIC32 32-bit MCUs; the F1 Evaluation Platform for Enhanced 8-bit PIC MCUs; the mTouch Capacitive Touch Evaluation Kit; and the PICkit 3 Debug Express. For a limited time, the new XLP 16-bit Development Board (not available for purchase by the general market until December 2009) will be offered to EDF attendees on an exclusive basis.
More info: Embedded Designer’s Forum