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ESC Boston announces technical program

Jul 19, 2004 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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The Democrats will be there next week, but what really has Boston excited is the 13th annual Embedded Systems Conference (ESC), September 13-16. CMP Media has announced the technical program for the conference, which is co-located with the Embedded Security Seminar this year.

This year, ESC will offer more than 70 conference sessions on topics including UML, TCP/IP networking, Linux/Open Source, real-time development, and high availability design. “These sessions will focus on delivering the technical insight necessary to make embedded system designs stronger, faster, and more reliable,” according to the event's organizers. “Each class and tutorial provides practical answers to the toughest questions, and teaches skills and techniques that can be implemented immediately.”

Keynote — “Keeping Your Job Onshore”

On Tuesday, September 14, Dan Saks, writer for Embedded Systems Programming and C++ guru, will deliver the keynote. He will address how software developers can make themselves more valuable in the marketplace amidst the trend toward off-shoring.

Embedded Security Seminar

The three-day Embedded Security Seminar will take place September 13-15 and will feature full-day tutorials on Monday by the Trusted Computing Group and technical staff from Atmel, IBM, Intel, and Safenet, as well as a series of classes on Tuesday and Wednesday. Kevin Ashton, co-founder of MIT's Auto-ID Center and vice president of embedded intelligence specialist ThingMagic will present the Tuesday evening keynote. Attendees can register for the Embedded Security Seminar individually, or together with the Embedded Systems Conference Boston.

Further information on the conference program is here


 
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