Mar 15 2018 Microchip Effortless Design Series: An Introduction WorkshopPast eventRSVP Communication actions Message event organizers More actions Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn SF About Full datetime event: Thursday, March 15, 2018From 5:30 pm to 8:30 pmLocationHAX479 Jessie Street San Francisco, CA 94103 View mapDescriptionPlease join us for a “walk through” of Microchip’s rapid prototyping solutions designed to offer the quickest path from concept to market. Key components of our rapid ecosystem, include: • MPLAB® Xpress cloud-based IDE • MPLAB Code Configurator • Atmel START • Curiosity, Xpress, and Xplained Development Boards • Integration with 3rd-party hardware, such as MikroElektronika click boards™ • Online support community (wiki, forum, and online code examples). It doesn’t matter if you want to build an IoT node, industrial control unit, biomedical sensor, or a smart home appliance, the multiple demonstrations shown throughout the night will introduce you to the techniques needed to quickly go from concept to prototype. Come and enjoy some food, drink, and company, all while seeing Microchip’s rapid prototyping solutions in action. Beverages and hors d’oeuvres will be provided. Speaker Daniel Hou Technical Marketing Engineer, Microchip Technology, Inc. Daniel Hou is a Technical Marketing Engineer at Microchip. He graduated from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in 2014 and started working at Microchip as an Applications Engineer. Experienced with both Applications and Marketing teams, he currently uses his expertise to create useful tutorials and videos to help everyone became more effective using Microchip’s 8-bit technologies. Speaker Matthew Dickens Technical Marketing Engineer , Microchip Technology, Inc. Matthew Dickens is a Technical Marketing Engineer at Microchip. His university experience was heavily influenced by the Maker communities and a spirit of Make through university initiatives and research on good engineering education practices. He currently uses these experiences to create useful tutorials and videos to help everyone became more effective using Microchip’s 8-bit technologies.