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Live Q&A - Mindboggling Technologies of Today and Tomorrow

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Live Q&A - Mindboggling Technologies of Today and Tomorrow
Clive "Max" Maxfield
Live Q&A with Clive "Max" Maxfield for the talk titled Mindboggling Technologies of Today and Tomorrow
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No comments or questions yet. Will you be the one who will break the ice?

11:41:09	 From  Jean Labrosse : Looks like you did a quick change :-)
11:42:35	 From  Tim Michals : What is interesting is he number of specialty chips coming on to the market, math, and voice.  Seems that this is picking up in the market, How are chip manufacturing going to keep up?
11:42:53	 From  Max Maxfield : I wondered if anyone would notice :-)
11:45:09	 From  Jean Labrosse : 300 baud modems
11:45:11	 From  Michael Kirkhart : 300 baud was the early standard.
11:45:20	 From  Eric Lundquist : 110 baud acoustic coupler
11:45:25	 From  Michael Kirkhart : You were special if you had a 1200 baud modem.
11:47:07	 From  Jean Labrosse : What is your favorite technology that you mentioned today?
11:47:31	 From  Jean Labrosse : How do you get to know and evaluate these new technologies?
11:48:58	 From  Al Anway : are there websites that aggregate the new technologies?
11:49:28	 From  Tim Michals : Exactly!  
11:49:31	 From  Leandro Pérez : What do you think comparing FreeRTOS vs MicroEJ? I never hear MicroEJ before
11:50:04	 From  Charles Miller : Heck, you can't even get Nucleo boards (ST devel. boards).  It's brutal out there.
11:50:07	 From  Jean Labrosse : MicroEJ is a Java VM and sits on top of an RTOS, or at least could.
11:53:27	 From  Jean Labrosse : That caught me eye also :-)
11:53:56	 From  Charles Miller : Maybe we have to go back to socketed MCUs, and design for families of processors (plug in the package you have).
11:55:12	 From  Michael Kirkhart : Also, I never heard of "Augmented Virtuality".
11:56:21	 From  Tim Michals : Please send me one!!! ;)
11:59:34	 From  Jean Labrosse : MicroEJ has been around for close to 10 years or so.
11:59:52	 From  Leandro Pérez : Interesting this appoach
12:00:07	 From  Jean Labrosse : Great talk Max.  Always a pleasure to hear and see you.
12:00:27	 From  Tim Michals : thank you..
12:00:43	 From  Leandro Pérez : Thanks Max
12:00:51	 From  Charles Miller : Thank you Max.  Always a pleasure hearing you.

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