We want to hear your story!
Have you made the switch to a Texas Instruments’ Microcontroller (MCU)? Whether you switched to an ultra-low power MSP430™ MCU or C2000™ real-time controller, the TMS570 Safety ARM® Cortex™-R4F MCU, or the Stellaris® ARM® Cortex™-M MCU, we want to hear from you! Talk to us by posting a narrative on how you became a “Make The Switch to TI MCUs” success story. For every success story where you switched to TI MCUs, we will enter you into our monthly drawing for fun exclusive “Make the Switch” prizes. And if you haven’t switched yet, click here to learn quickly on how to make the switch today!How to EnterFirst, join or sign in to TI’s E2E community here. Then tell your own success story by starting a new post in this forum. Let us know what led you to make the change to a TI microconroller and what the result was of your choice. If you have one story or 10, short and sweet, or long and detailed, we are happy to read them all. One story per post, please.Enter by creating a new thread here >
Monthly Drawing for Exclusive Prizes Each post describing your "Make The Switch" success story is eligible as one entry into our random monthly drawing for fun exclusive TI MCU prizes. Please remember to provide us with how you made the switch and the result of your choice. One story per post, please. Drawings start July 2011. You will be notified the following month via your email address that is attached to your TI E2E account.
Additional Ways to Participate and Show Your SupportYou deserve a badge of "Make The Switch" honor for sharing your success story. Show your support by clicking here to select a badge that you can use for your E2E profile, forum post signature, other social network or your blog.Want to show your support by selecting a custom MTS Avatar?MTS Custom E2E Avatar - Click Here to Update >
Winners CircleLook here to see who won the Monthly Drawing >
Questions?Have any question on how to enter or help spread the word, leave a comment below and we’ll help you out.
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