On May 20 – 21, 2020, the third annual Embedded Online Conference will be taking place. This year is particularly special because we’ve been working hard since October to dramatically expand the conference and raise the bar on the content that will be available. This year we have added live workshops, an expo floor and theater talks. Last year we had nine technical talks, this year over 35, which you can see in the image below (and these aren’t even all of them!):
The Embedded Online Conference is designed to provide developers and companies access to in-person conference quality content without the need to travel around the world, stay in a hotel or pay expensive entry fees. It’s a conference that anyone can easily attend and if a fire at the office requires your attention, you can simply come back and resume watching a session afterwards.
The way that the conference works is that over the course of the two days, sessions will be released at specific times that will allow the attendee to watch the content live or watch the recording at any time that is convenient for them. Speakers will be available live to answer questions through a live chat / forum function. If you miss the talk time frame, you’ll still be able to ask the speaker questions via the chat / forum feature, even if you ask your question a month after the conference!
Yes you read that correctly. While the main conference dates are May 20 – 21, with over 35 technical sessions, three workshops, a show floor and theater talks, there’s no way to consume that much content in two days. The conference website will remain open for at least a month afterwards in order to give everyone time to watch the sessions that interest them.
I will personally be giving several talks throughout the conference. From a technical talk perspective, I will be presenting the following sessions:
I will also be presenting two theater talks:
- Reusable Firmware Development
- Product Design using MicroPython
It’s been very exciting and fun building a place where engineers and companies can come to learn and share their experiences developing embedded systems. I hope that you will join us!