Following up from on our recent Hangout on the Internet of Things (IoT) +James Wickett and +Karthik Gaekwad are hosting a hands on workshop at #sxsw2014 Interactive on the other side of the device or the "cloud". They'll be leading a hands on session on how to ensure your cloud based services are designed to be rugged and secure by applying Rugged Driven Development. We'll make slides available after the event but feel free to post any questions or comments you have for them here as well.
Are you attending Embedded World this year? We are, and the Mentor Embedded booth - located at Hall 4, Booth 4-422, will be packed with demos and presentations. We'll be posting pictures, previews, and links to this page so be sure to check it out for the latest updates.
Join #Mentor Embedded at #FTF2014 (http://bit.ly/1faMpdq and learn how to securely connect devices over Wi-Fi, including medical IoT solutions. In this recorded webinar, you can get a preview of how #Freescale, #Silex Technology America and +Mentor Embedded provide a complete solution.
Delivering responsive graphical user interfaces can prove challenging with complex embedded systems. One of our developers, +Asad Zia, shares his experience working on a Smart Washing Machine user interface.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently announced it will require vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) technology to improve driving safety. If you missed the live Google+ Hangout, don't forget to to view the recording of a discussion on V2x between +Alison Chaiken from +Mentor Embedded and John Kenney from +TOYOTA ITC.
+Andrew Stubbs, an esteemed member of our Embedded Software Tools team, recently got a chance to show off his debugging and performance tuning skills on an innovative multi-process, multi-language, network distributed application.
Andrew built a three element client-server software build system enhancement called cs that provides a build performance boosting cache feature while capturing usage data about the build. Hit the link to learn more.
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