Webinar: A step-by-step guide to debugging an ARM based design with the Keil ULINK-ME

element14 is hosting a webinar tomorrow. The webcast will present a step-by-step guide to debugging an ARM based design with the Keil ULINK-ME debug adapter. Attendees of the webcast will also be invited to apply to RoadTest the Keil ULINK-ME, bundled with an ARM Cortex-M processor-based STM32 series development kit. element14′s RoadTest Group enables developers to test and review new products, and post their results and findings on the element14 Community. The online seminar is a part of their Design Flow Series webinar series. The free event will take place on June 19, 2012, at 10 am EST (16:00 CET).

The design flow webinar will show you how to setup and configure the Keil MCBSTM32F400 development board (for the ST Microelectronics STM32F4 Cortex-M-based microcontroller). The webcast will also demonstrate how easy it is to use the Keil MDK-ARM development tools — from the initial opening of the box though to creating a project, configuring and using the debug tools. The online seminar consists of a 30-minute presentation and a live Q&A. The element14 webinar will be archived after the event.

All of element14′s Design Flow Series webinars feature technical presentations, lasting about 30-40 minutes with a 15 minute Q&A. The events are presented by practicing engineers who are experts in their field these free sessions. They offer practical how to advice, tips, tricks and techniques that help developers get from specification through to assembled prototype in the quickest possible time. Design files and code examples used in these webinars are exclusively available for download from element14.

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