86 participants saw the real demonstrations of fast 4D Systems displays programming live.
4D Systems displays are user-friendly so you don’t have to be an expert. You could learn more about them during SOS webinar, that was dedicated to 4D Systems displays. This webinar informed you about:
- advantages of modules and 4D Systems displays,
- development environment,
- unique development process.
Developers appreciated practical demonstrations of programming because it is better to see once than to hear 100 times. From among all participants who submitted short questionnaire, we have drawn a new owner of programming cable. ŠThe winner is Mr. Kamil Palčo from PALCO IT, s.r.o.
Congratulations to the winner. You already can register for next webinars which we prepare for you. More information about current webinars can be found at www.soselectronic.com/webinar.
You can watch the complete 4D systems presentation from the webinar online
Webinar 4D Systems impressed with practical demonstrations of programming – [Link]
The Arduino Shield Webinar teaches you to create your own self-made Arduino Shields in no time! Free of charge!
This webinar is for those of you who..
- have great ideas that you want to get out of your head and into the physical world
- have learned the basics of Arduino and want to take your skills to the next level
- knows little or lots of theory, but lacks the practical experience of building real circuits
- dreams about impressing your friends with that awesome circuit you have been thinking about for soooo long
…you can simply copy the methods I teach in this free webinar and create whatever Arduino Shield you want.
The Free Arduino Shield Webinar - [Link]
Leading distributor of electronic components and design solutions, Newark element14, today announced the addition of an ARM-focused webinar to its free Design Flow Series webinar program. The 30-minute webinar, led by Matt Saunders, Technical Marketing Manager for ARM’s System Design Division, will demonstrate a step-by-step guide to debugging an ARM-based design with the Keil ULINK-ME debug adapter.
Webinar attendees will also be invited to apply to RoadTest the Keil ULINK-ME, bundled with an ARM Cortex-M processor-based STM32 series development kit. element14’s RoadTest Group enables developers to test and review new products, all-while posting their results and findings on the element14 Community.
The full press release is included below with additional details. Click here to register to attend the webinar on June 19, 2012 at 7 a.m. PST/10 a.m. EST.
Webinar: Debugging an ARM based design with the Keil ULINK-ME - [Link]