If you are just happening upon this post, you can find out what we're referring to here: www.ti.com/etechdays.
This is a test, and as such, we're looking forward to seeing how things work and don't work out for you. Please use this thread to give us feedback, ideas and other thoughts on how we can improve the content and experience that you've had or will have. Or post a new thread to discuss items that you might have found of interest during the event.
The all-day event occurs on August 27, 2009, beginning at 9am Central Daylight Time. We look forward to hearing from you.
I think this was a great idea - I was unfortunately unable to attend any of the 'live' sessions - but am looking forward to the next opportunity.
I was hoping more would be posted regarding the days events.
I'm checking out TI's Community forums after hearing about this at yesterday's MCU Day in Atlanta. I was also at the Atlanta Tech Day a few weeks earlier, and got a lot out of both days. This thread is the first I've heard about eTech Days.
These online seminars are a great idea, though I don't see why ALL sessions aren't saved as "on-demand" sessions. I see several that interest me.
I'm watching the FRAM on-demand session now, and I find the sound quality hard to listen to. I don't need a full frequency response and perfect reproduction (especially at my age and where my ears have been), but I think the better audio quality, the less tiring listening is and the more a listener can get out of the seminar rather than straining one's ear to understand what's being said. Yes, higher quality will require more storage and bandwidth, but those are really cheap thesedays and will only get cheaper.
We captured all of the sessions and are working to upload them so if the one you are looking for isnt up now it should be soon. One of the problems has been the sound. This was a beta test on some of the technology and upping the quality is a lesson learned. Look for another eTech day later in the year that should have improved quality. Also if you have any suggestions for session topics we will be happy to consider them
RE: eTech Days event page descriptions for 17NOV09.
Chris, The flash descriptions for the items titled: "Exploring Windows® Embedded CE 6.0" and "OMAP3 Hardware /Software Overview" are swapped.
It would also be of great use to have the time tables in xls or text format so we can print and compare to our real-world time tables. Also, as you insist in posting times in CST we have to make certain allowances for the time slip. Perhaps, you can make your flash presentation better by including more time zones or better a time zone app. so people from around the world don't have to back calculate each event to suit?
Thanks for pointing out the website error and for the recommendations.
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