When Netrino announced the first public offering of the Embedded Software Boot Camp a year and a half ago, I had no idea how popular it would be. Or just how much I could love teaching the intensive hands-on week-long version of the training we had developed over many years.
At this point, we have educated hundreds of engineers about embedded software architecture and related best practices through the topics of Hardware Interfacing in C, Multithreaded RTOS Programming, and RTOS Alternatives and ARM-based programming exercises.
Here’s just a small sampling of feedback from recent attendees:
“I would like to thank you again for the Embedded Software Boot Camp. I brought all the books back to the company and showed my boss the slides and all the handouts and all that good stuff and he was very impressed. Needless to say he was happy with the investment he made in Netrino.” — Garrett
“A better use of time and money than the Wind River VxWorks training course I took last month!” — David, IBM
“Hands on exercises are well thought out.” — Mahesh
“This is one of the best trainings I have ever attended.” — H., Hughes Network Systems
“Fabulous, pertinent, comprehensive and articulate collection of the most important things needed practically. Awesome!” — Sourabh
“Complete and correct embedded software training.” — P. Sipika
For 2010, we are planning a multi-city worldwide road-show for this popular event. I plan to teach as many of them personally as I can. I’d love to have you join us, but we first need your input to select the best cities and dates. If you’ve got a minute, please take our quick 5-question online survey at:
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