Next Public Virtual FreeRTOS Training


Next FreeRTOS public virtual training Sept 03-05 2013!

Public Virtual FreeRTOS Training

03-05 Sept. 2013 in English
Tuesday, 03 September 2013, 08:00:00 UTC (GMT)
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FreeRTOS & Reliable Embedded Systems

We all have to reinvent the wheel, and the axle and the transmission and the engine, many times over. It's called learning.

- Bill Colburn

FreeRTOS Theory and Practice

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You are receiving the email because you expressed interest in FreeRTOS trainings!
My name is Robert Berger. I wrote the official FreeRTOS training together with Richard Barry, the creator of FreeRTOS. As summer holidays will be finishing and you'll get back to work in September we would like to offer you:
  • 3 days instructor driven on-line training
  • LPCXpresso IDE
  • Example code
  • LPC1769 LPCXPresso board
  • USB-cable
  • Training Workbook
  • Shipping and handling
for 1250 EUR per attendee.  (Don't forget to ask for discounts for more than 2 people from the same company.)

Please complete and send the order form by latest by Aug. 19th 2013 at the latest. This will then allow sufficient time to deliver the printed material and hardware kit before the training starts. The payment transaction can wait until Aug. 26th 2013. Seats are limited, and they might disappear fast!

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