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I finally arrived home after a long trip to Europe. We had a great time in Munich but I will not be eating pork knuckle or weisswurst for a while to give my blood pressure get a chance to settle down. Well, not until Embedded World in Nuremburg. Probably.
After the rather anxious setup day on Monday we were really pleased to find
I arrived in Germany for "set up day" yesterday and what a day it was. W.C. Fields once advised actors to "never work with children or animals". I would borrow that and say to engineers "never work with electronics and water"!
Alan has devised a great new theatre presentation for the exhibition floor.We are sure it will be another
The Electronica show in Munich is starting next Tuesday and I am already on my way to Europe. I spent a day in Montreal talking about ModusToolbox with our friends at Future Electronics. They're excited to get the production software, which is due to hit our web site for download a few days after the show ends.
So, it's international day of the programmer. Who knew? Day of the Programmer sounds a bit like an old Hitchcock movie to me, probably featuring a pouting Richard Burton, sweating like a horse, with his shirt off. I'm not sure why. I mean, I know why he is sweating - it is probably hot - but I don't know why I think it sounds like that. But I