I traveled to San Jose, California last week for the Silicon Valley Embedded Systems Conference. It was an awesome experience as I had never been to an ESC before.
I don’t really have too much to talk about the keynote speeches, I wish I could, but as a speaker and exhibitor you actually have too much work to do, and when I didn’t have work I was at the Freescale booth showing people demos and talking to other engineers.
This part of the conference was actually really great, I got to meet so many people, from young engineers (one even asked for career advice), which honored me a lot, to seasoned experts who had some really great insights (notice how I say “seasoned experts” to not say “old engineers”, I am so politically correct…wait…)
I have so much to talk about ESC, but I have some pictures to share, so I’ll let the pictures talk.
First some pictures from the theater sessions. The Freescale booth basically had a small theater and we took turns speaking about several new products and technologies.
From the booth:
So that’s it for pictures, I usually don’t take too many pictures because I want to appear all cool instead of all touristy (at least that’s what I think I look like, not that anybody looks like a tourist at a conference…unless it’s the tourism conference, then it just gets weird…)