Engineers working in the embedded development of software for automotive applications will have the opportunity to learn about the latest tools and techniques at Lauterbach’s September Automotive Forum.
Software debug tool company Lauterbach has announced that embedded computers will be holding an Automotive Forum at its head office in Munich. This free, one-day event is open to all English speaking developers and interested parties. The day will include a number of interesting topics presented by a Lauterbach specialist or a guest speaker.
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Victoria (Vicki) Mitchell manages the worldwide embedded software team at Altera. Her group is responsible for models and simulation, development tools, and OS enablement for Altera’s microprocessor subsystems. She is responsible for the build-out of the embedded computer at the Austin Technology Center. Vicki has more than 25 years of experience in low-level, embedded computer, systems software, mostly at semiconductor companies such as Cirrus Logic, SigmaTel, and IDT. Vicki holds a BS in Software Engineering from Colorado Technical University.
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