Earlier this week, Netrino announced the dates and locations for a pair of upcoming public sessions of the popular hands-on Embedded Software Boot Camp workshops. The dates and locations will be as follows:
These will be the 9th and 10th times, respectively, that the Embedded Software Boot Camp has been offered to the public since the first was held in 2008. The workshop is a one-week skills strengthening program consisting of a series of lectures and hands-on exercises. This intense educational (yet fun!) program is guaranteed to quickly and dramatically raise the embedded programming skills of individuals and teams.
Everyone who attends learns a ton, including:
- How to write portable device drivers and interrupt handlers in C
- How to decide if an RTOS will benefit your application
- How to architect real-time software to ensure all deadlines are met
- More than fifty practical tips for reducing firmware bugs
- How to find, fix, and prevent each of the top 10 firmware bugs
I will be the instructor for both of these sessions and hope you will make the commitment to become a Master Firmware Engineer in 2011 by taking this course! You can find out more about pricing and other details here: http://www.netrino.com/Training-Calendar.