I wanted to post a quick note to let you know that the Bluetooth SIG through their ATLAS (Advanced Training Lab And Services) program is running two Bluetooth low energy training sessions at the All-Hands meeting in Budapest, Hungary on April 15th. This training includes hands-on experience using our CC2540 development kit and sniffer. There are still some open slots, registration deadline is April 1st. So, if you are able to make it to Budapest on April 15th, this is a very good chance to learn more about the Bluetooth low energy technology. If you are interested in attending, please contact Sid Nagendran at email@example.com.
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