Training: Embedded Wi-Fi school comes to Las Vegas
RabbitCore development, embedded Wi-Fi seminar has a special price discount below.
Davis, CA — Rabbit Semiconductor and distributor Mouser Electronics are bringing the Rabbit U Dynamic C / Wi-Fi Training Seminar to Las Vegas, NV. The companies say the seminar is loaded with crucial information for any Rabbit developer whether new or experienced. A complete RabbitCore development kit is included as part of the registration. The first day will cover the microprocessor in detail as well how to develop applications with Dynamic C. The second day will briefly cover networking fundamentals before moving on to hands-on instruction with the hardware and Dynamic C’s TCP/IP protocol stack.
The two-day seminar will be held July 31– Aug. 1, 2008, at the New York New York Hotel and Casino, 3790 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, NV. The registration fee includes the following:
• 2-Day seminar,
• Development kit,
• Training materials, and
• Lunch both days.
Seating is limited, so the companies encourage participants to register early. To take advantage of this eNews exclusive price of $229 (regularly $449), enter the coupon code LV072K08 at check out.
Sponsors say the event will provide attendees with an in-depth review of the Rabbit microprocessor, programming with Dynamic C, networking fundementals, and Wi-Fi integration. A complete RCM4400W Wi-Fi/802.11 RabbitCore development kit is included as part of your registration.
— C.G. Masi , senior editor
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