Percepio Launches Free Monthly Webinar Series Loaded with Debugging Tips

Sep 28, 2021 |

  • Tips and best practices on designing and debugging embedded software with visual tracing
  • New webinar topic explored each month, with open Q&A sessions

Västerås, Sweden, 28 September 2021 * * * Percepio®, the leader in visual trace diagnostics for embedded systems and the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced Runtime Insights, a monthly webinar and roundtable about embedded and IoT software development.

Kristoffer Martinsson

Sr FAE Kristoffer Martinsson

On the first Tuesday of every month Percepio’s Senior Field Applications Engineer Kristoffer Martinsson will discuss common runtime issues in embedded software, demonstrate how to debug them and provide tips on how to design code to avoid them. This will be followed by an open Q&A session where Kristoffer will answer participants’ questions on embedded software design and debugging.

“Finding and fixing runtime errors in embedded software is often painfully slow and complex,” says Mike Skrtic, VP of Sales and Marketing at Percepio. “Over the past 15 years, Percepio has accumulated a vast amount of experience debugging runtime systems, and we realized that this expertise could be valuable to the wider software development community. Kristoffer, who has been specializing in debug and trace tools, RTOS, and realtime embedded systems for more than 15 years, is an ideal host for this webinar series.”

The first webinar in the series takes place on Tuesday, 5 October, and will focus on analyzing an application’s runtime behavior using User Events in Percepio’s visual tracing tool Tracealyzer.

Each webinar is 45 minutes long and will be broadcast twice, first at 10.00 AM CET/CEST and then at 9.00 AM PST/PDT. Registration is free. Recorded webinars, including the Q&A session, will be available on demand.

The full release is available here: English | FrenchGerman | Italian

Percepio Contact:
Mike Skrtic
+46 76 003 0080

Media Contact:
Monika Cunnington, PRismaPR
+44 20 8133 6148