I recently mentioned that this time of year is very busy for me, with numerous conferences and similar events to attend – normally to deliver presentations. The most hectic period is past and, as the Christmas and New Year holiday approaches, things are settling down. Except for this week, when I am attending two conferences:
On Tuesday, I am going to ESE Kongress in Stuttgart, Germany. I have two presentations there: “USB 3.0 – An Introduction for Embedded Software Developers” and “OS Selection for Embedded Systems”. I attended this event last year, giving a tutorial on C++ for embedded, and the conference seemed very well attended, so I have high expectations this year.
Later in the week, I am going to IP SoC in Grenoble, France, where I have a keynote style session titled “Over 20 Years of Embedded Software Development – A Third Way Emerges” which will look at how open source is affecting embedded software development tools. This event, which I have also attended in previous years, is a “cross over” between the world of embedded software and hardware design – very much a context where Mentor Graphics is at home.
If you would like a copy of any of these presentations, please email me.