H/WExpo is a two day Hardware Developers' Conference taking place at Cambourne, near Cambridge on the 27th and 28th April. There will be a lot of content that I think will be of interest to the ARM community. Alongside this event will be the more established UK Device Developers' Conference, an event for developers of embedded and realtime software. Again, a lot of this content should be of interest to engineers and computer scientists working with ARM devices. http://www.device-developer-conference.co.uk
This event is Free to attend for engineers and computer scientists working in this field. Some workshops are also free, and some have a modest price.
The ARM based workshops, presentations include...
How to Optimise Your ARM Cortex-M Code and Build Better Embedded Systems Faster - This 2 hour workshop will explain all of the Cortex-M debug Coresight bits and show how they can be used to debug/analyse an embedded system.
Developments in the ARM Cortex-M Processor Family - The last 12 months have been an important time for the ARM cortex-M processor family with the introduction of the Cortex-M7 processor and announcement of the ARMv8-M Architecture. Just over a year ago ARM announced the Cortex-M7, a step change is processor performance for small microcontrollers.
Other topics include developing Safety Critical Systems, implementing CapTouch interfaces, getting the most out of JTAG boundary scan, developing GUI's, getting started on Embedded Linux...
Please can you pass on this information if you have any friends or colleagues that you think might be interested in attending.
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