TI Community Webinar Calendar

The TI Community holds regular Webinars. Below is a calendar for upcoming and past Webinars. All sessions will be recorded, should you not be able to attend any live. Check "Video Recording" to watch and download past Webinars.

Webinar Title
Click on the links for more information.
Date Products Link to Attend Presenter Video Recording
What's New with Code Composer Studio 6.2.0 Thursday, August 18th Code Composer Studio Code Composer Studio Team Download
Game Development with the Educational BoosterPack MKII Wednesday, April 27th MSP Download
TI Community Day Tuesday, March 22nd Spanning MCU and Analog 7+ speakers Download
A Waveform Generator using the MSP430 and LaunchPad Explorer Monday, March 21st MSP430 Download
Junk Science: Building sensors from e-waste + MSP430 Wednesday, March 16th Download
Ask Gautam Tuesday, December 15th C2000 Delfino F28377S LaunchPad Download
MSP430 State of Hobbyist Microcontroller Based Graphics and Interactivity Wednesday, December 9th MSP430 Download
Hola TI LaunchPad Tuesday, December 8th TI LaunchPad Family , Download
Making the most of the Value Line MSP430 with the Launchpad Explorer Tuesday, November 17th MSP430 Download
LaunchPad goes to Antarctica with Octanis1 Tuesday, November 3rd MSP430, MSP432 Octanis1 Team Download
Epic TI Analog Project Sharing Webinar Thursday, October 8th GaNTIDA-00349 , Download

Attending a Webinar

All Webinars use Webex. When attending, click on the link to the Webinar provided. This will open it up in your browser. Faster Internet connections will yield better experiences. When talking be sure to remain as still as possible so anyone can clearly hear you.

Any Webinar uses this browser based tool. Some browsers and versions might not be compatible. When joining you can enable audio, mute your audio, unmute to ask questions or use a dedicated real-time chat room. When asking a question in the real-time chat room be sure to select "everyone" when needing to ask a group question.

Want to present at an upcoming Webinar or event?

We are always on the look out for new speakers! If you have a project (must be Texas Instruments related) that you want to present and for us to consider, please connect with me here. In addition to projects if you have any tips or tricks to share, those are also welcome.