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PSoCWorld virtual conf December 12-13, 2012

Posted on Thursday, December 6th, 2012 in conferences by the machinegeek


Cypress Semiconductor, manufacturers of the line of Programmable System-on-Chip products known as PSoC, are hosting the first annual PSoC World virtual conference, on December 12th and 13th, 2012.

“PSoC World is something truly new and exciting that Cypress is doing for all of us PSoC developers. It will give us an opportunity to see how-tos from PSoC experts, learn about the use of PSoC in applications such as industrial control, user interface and power supervision, and interact with PSoC ecosystem partners like ARM, Arrow, Redpine, and Macnica.

Just for registering for PSoC World Cypress will enter you in a drawing for a free Amazon Kindle. Also, the top 50% of attendees who spend the most time in the, “embedded environment” (the conference), on December 12-13 you will be entered to win one of 10 Sony digital cameras, Kindle Paper Whites, Leap Motion HID interfaces, and one of 100 PSoC 5 LP development kits.”

The conference is intended to have a truly worldwide audience, with talks in timeframes suited to North America and on December 12, and scheduled with a focus on Asia, Japan and Europe on December 13.

You can register for this conference at PSOC Developer.

Cypress puts out some interesting programmable chips and their Designer and Creator IDEs are available free of charge and without code size limits. Their entry level of PSoCs are even available in DIP format.

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