Announcing the 2021 Embedded Online Conference

It’s official! The 4th annual Embedded Online Conference is on the calendar for May 18 – 20, 2021. Once again this year, Stephane Boucher and I are joining forces to bring the embedded system industry a top notch event from industry experts around the world!

For this year’s edition, we are delighted to announce that none other than Jack Ganssle will be giving a Keynote presentation about the 50th anniversary of the Microprocessor.

The 2021 Embedded Online Conference will also feature a full day dedicated to workshops where attendees will have the opportunity to learn through hands-on sessions.  There are already two workshops confirmed; the first one will be about Test Driven Development (TDD) and will be taught by James Grenning, author of the highly acclaimed Test Driven Development for Embedded C book. The second workshop will be about RTOS Design and Debugging and will be given by Jacob Beningo, author of Reusable Firmware Development.

On the ‘technical talks’ side of the conference, many of last year’s most appreciated speakers have confirmed their return for the 2021 edition, including Clive Maxfield, Miro Samek, Niall Cooling, Sergio Prado, and Colin O’Flynn. Over the course of the next few weeks, we will be announcing more talks & speakers.

If you already know that you’ll want to take advantage of this conference, you might want to go ahead and register this week to take advantage of our early bird registration promotion. Early registration will also enter you into our pre-conference raffle where we will be raffling off several tools such as logic analyzers and oscilloscopes over the next several weeks.

You can register using the promo code BENINGO40 to register for only $40 before March 1st, 2021.

From March 1st – April 1st, 2021 you can use the code BENINGO90 to register for only $90 (instead of $290).

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