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Live Chat Fri Nov 1 9PDT - ARM TechCon Wrapup
RichQ   10/30/2013 10:48:08 AM
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Max has passed the torch to Martin Rowe and me for handling these weekly live chats. (No comment on it taking two of us to fill his shoes, though I will admit they are at least a 13E.) This week's chat will be a bit earlier than usual (9am Pacific time) because I will be returning from ARM TechCon and boarding a plane at 10.

Speaking of ARM TechCon, that is the subject of this week's chat. Lots of activity here in one of the top-tier trade shows in the industry. EETimes will have covered the news announcements, but no one can cover everything. Here's a chance to discuss the show as a whole, put the announcements into perspective, and share what you found on the show floor (or ask those who were there what they saw).

Come join us at 9am Pacific for a live chat wrapping up ARM TechCon!



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