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Of the many Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) events held around the world each year, the Silicon Valley show is undoubtedly one of the most popular. ESC Silicon Valley never fails to offer its attendees an extensive selection of expertly instructed classes, and the show's exhibit hall is always packed with innovative solutions from the embedded industry's biggest names. The 2010 event should be an especially impressive one, with over 130 different technical sessions and more than 250 exhibitors.

Developers who visit ESC Silicon Valley this year will find numerous opportunities to become familiar with Micriµm's software modules and the technology that underlies these modules. Micriµm's president, Jean Labrosse, and vice president, Christian Legare, who both have years of experience presenting at ESC, will be conducting multiple technical sessions at the 2010 show. Mr. Labrosse will be focusing on real-time kernels, while Mr. Legare will cover TCP/IP, USB, and embedded file systems. Additional information on these technical sessions is available from the ESC Web site.

It will be hard to miss Micriµm's software in the exhibit hall at this year's show. Several of Micriµm's partners, including Actel, NXP, Renesas, STMicroelectronics, and Texas Instruments, will be offering demonstrations of the software in their booths. The booth of another of Micriµm's partners, IAR, will host seminars led by Mr. Labrosse and Mr. Legare.

The main attraction in Micriµm's own booth (#2202) this year will be a learning center filled with the latest books from MicriµmPress. A knowledgeable team of embedded experts will be on hand in the learning center, answering questions and even giving out valuable coupons for the new books. The booth staff will also be registering attendees for a chance to win copies of the books in one of several raffles taking place during the show.

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