At ESC Silicon Valley, survival's in the bag
Books, scholarships, games, training, and more, all in a pretty cool Safari bag--yours if you register quickly for ESC Silicon Valley
It used to be that when attending a trade show or conference, attendees would receive a logo-splashed tote bag filled with paper, a few pens, and DVDs--and once in a while a useful flash drive. Well, toss those dust-gathering specimens and register for ESC Silicon Valley. The bag, and what's inside, is an overflowing Engineering Survival Kit loaded with education, inspiration, and money-saving deals that will last well beyond the event.
Be in the first 500 bags picked up each day and receive a 1 GM micro SD memory card in a USB connector package, courtesy of Numonyx. All bags contain a complimentary one-month subscription to Safari online that gives you on-demand access to pre-selected digital publications on C++, Verilog, GNU/Linux, network security, IPv6, and more. Come to Survival Kit for a complete list of Safari Books.
Plan on attending Netrino training? Well then you're in luck. Receive a discount coupon for public training sessions from April through June, 2009, for such sessions as Developing Effective Coding Standards, Implementing Effective Code Reviews, and Embedded Software Boot Camp. Be sure to sign up early to receive the maximum discount.
Embedded-on-Demand--take advantage of a complimentary 90-day access that will enable you to review ESC presentations, class notes, videos, and white papers, all on your own schedule.
Time Engineers computer game for kids--time travel, problem solving, and more fun to teach middle and high-school kids about engineering, science and math.
"Patent Fundamentals and Best Practices for Embedded Designers," a tutorial courtesy of Semiconductor Insights that defines what is, and is not, patentable, and how to read a patent.
Win one of three UC Santa Cruz Scholarships, one awarded each day, for UCSC Extension offering practical engineering courses in Silicon Valley and online to help advance your skills.
And that's not all--if you register right now, you'll receive an email voucher for your survival kit. Just make your way to the TechInsights booth to pick up your bag. Oh, and quantities are limited, so you'll have to be quick.