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Embedded Systems Conference Looks for 2014 Speakers

Karen Field
9/18/2013 03:55 PM EDT

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Re: ESC events, the best experience for engineers
kfield   9/29/2013 3:48:41 PM
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@Kinnar Thank you for the shoutout!!!  It couldn't be done, of course, without the strong participation and commitment of the design engineering community. We're already getting some pretty amazing speaking proposals coming in.  Hope to see your there!  :-)

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ESC events, the best experience for engineers
Kinnar   9/29/2013 2:13:03 PM
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ESC events are excellent opportunities for electronics engineers, this is a kind of event that covers everything for a designer and it caters all the cadres/level of expertises.

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