Microchip Technology Inc

Effortless Design Workshops

Do you have an awesome idea for a new technology product, but find it troublesome wading through the endless options for turning your embedded design dream into a working prototype? Or do you have a prototype design, and are looking to optimize it for mass production?

Microchip® Effortless Design is a series of workshops and seminars focused on helping inventors turn a technology idea into a technology product. It doesn’t matter if you are a seasoned professional, a hobbyist, or are completely new to embedded design, there is something for everyone.

Effortless Design focuses on speeding up your time to market by utilizing award-winning development tools and configuration software from Microchip, including MPLAB® Code Configurator (MCC) and Atmel START. During our workshops, you will take advantage of the seamless integration between our development ecosystem and our PIC® and AVR® MCUs.

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Microchip Effortless Design Series: An Introduction

Capital Factory
701 Brazos Street
Austin, TX 78701
Date: August 2, 2018
Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm
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Microchip Effortless Design Series: An Introduction

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Microchip Effortless Design Series: An Introduction

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Speaker Bios

 
daniel hou
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.
 
matthew dickens
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.
 
bobmartin

An avid Maker before it was a wide spread term, Bob Martin has been tearing apart things to see how they work for his entire life. With 30 years of embedded system experience he now serves as the “Wizard of Make” for Microchip continuing his role from Atmel in which he keeps the Maker spirit alive within Microchip, educates aspiring Makers and continues to create, experiment and explore as much as he can. He lives in Sunnyvale CA with his wife, twin daughters and a cat with no teeth. Along with a garage full of surplus wire and boxes of “vintage electronics” that really need to be recycled.

 
mamum ahemd
Mamun Ahmed completed his BSEE degree from Arizona State University in May 2015 and started working at Microchip Technology right away. He has been working as a Marketing Applications Engineer in the 8-bit MCU business unit to this date at the Microchip’s corporate headquarter in Chandler, Arizona. The primary focus of his job is to engage with maker/hacker/startup community to help them reach their goals. In his leisure time he loves to hike and take nature photographs.