Percepio’s Field Application Engineer Niclas Lindblom will talk about using Percepio Tracealyzer to debug common timing issues in RTOS applications at the Microchip MASTERs tech conference in the U.S. in August. Niclas shares a four-hour class with Darren Wenn, Global Group Leader for embedded development at Microchip, and they will focus on the combination of Tracealyzer and Microchip’s embedded application framework MPLABS. The class is offered twice during the conference.
The MASTERs conference is designed to provide engineers with a forum for sharing and exchanging technical information on Microchip’s large portfolio of products and to serve as a design resource for using these products in applications. MASTERs 2017 is the 21st annual conference, featuring more than 110 classes for all levels of experience over five days. In addition to the classes offered, more than 50 hands-on workshops are also available for attendees.
The conference runs from 16 to 19 August, with a pre-conference 14–15 August.
When: 18 August, 2017, 8am–12pm and 19 August, 2017, 8am–12pm
Where: Phoenix, Arizona
Registration, schedule et cetera here
(The same class will be held during the European MASTERs conference in Berlin in September; see that post for details.)