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10 Must-Attend Sessions at EE Live! 2014

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docdivakar
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Re: C++ Day 2
docdivakar   4/2/2014 10:58:27 AM
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I had a chance to attend the afternoon session of C++ tutorial by Bjarne Stroustrup and was worth every minute of it. I appreciated the humility with which he patiently answered all questions!

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docdivakar   4/2/2014 3:24:07 PM
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I just finished attending the session (#6 in the list above) on IoT: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, by Professor Pister, it was great! It seems like his team is converging on designing a single-chip mote!

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Re: 10 Must-Attend Sessions at EE Live! 2014
krisi   4/2/2014 3:27:25 PM
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Missed that...any chance I can get access to this presentation somewhere?

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docdivakar   4/3/2014 1:42:50 AM
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Kris, the slides were not yet posted as of Wed night. I may have a version of Prof. Pister's earlier presentations (prior to Dust Networks sale) that I will look for and send you. The talk focused mostly on OpenWSN / stack.

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Re: 10 Must-Attend Sessions at EE Live! 2014
krisi   4/3/2014 9:55:02 AM
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thank you @docdivakar...any chance you can email me what you have? kris.iniewski@gmail.com

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Glad to have made the list!!!
Aeroengineer   4/7/2014 12:07:40 AM
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Hey, sorry I did not see your list before the show.  I did not realize that I had made the list at number 5.  It seemed very well attended and I had a lot of positive feedback afterwards.  I will be making my slides available to those that want them.  I am going to make some small updates to them.  I plan to have them available by next weekend if anyone is interested.

 

Adam

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