Did a tight training budget in 2009 cause you and your team not to keep your skills up to date? Embedded Live in London in October may be the answer to get up to speed with 3 days of hands-on training!
Details of the presentations are being to emerge and one hot topic looks like being the Embedded Programmers' Guide to the ARM Cortex-Mx Architecture in which Niall Cooling will gives an embedded software engineers' perspective of how the ARM Cortex-Mx architecture will affect their embedded C code.
Multicore is another area where people seem to want to know more than they do now and David Kalinsky is the ideal person to do that as he teaches how to approach the design of embedded systems and software that reliably take best advantage of the true software parallelism offered by symmetric and asymmetric multicore chips.
And you could also Join Praveen Wadiker as he demonstrates how platforms ease software development; understand basics of Virtual platform and different timing models; learn/enhance your knowledge on SystemC and TLM2.0; and learn to develop virtual platforms.
Engineers involved with FPGA development will not be overlooked as Charles Fulks demonstrates the use of a modeling tool to predict the performance of a programmable logic design in a mixed signal system.
This is just the tip of the iceberg on what will be available and you can keep up to date with the latest news at www.embedded-live.com.