After a successful taster session at the Hauser Forum in late 2015 the Embedded Software engineers peer learning group will start a regular programme from 30th March. There will be 4 x 2-hour facilitated breakfast sessions a year where members can meet regularly to discuss issues they have in the industry.
This will be an interactive session, with discussion fully encouraged so attendees can share best practice, learn about common issues and benefit from expert advice and industry knowledge from the group facilitator.
The group will be facilitated by Niall Coolling, CEO of software training company Feabhas to ensure that all group members benefit fully from the discussions. Whilst members of the group are expected to bring their own experiences to share in a trusted, confidential environment Niall will be there to share his expertise and experience from wider afield.
To get the discussion flowing there will be a short talk on:
'Automated testing, especially the testing of hardware; an overview of the experience at GEO' presented by Andy Dean, Head of Connected Home Technologies, geo.
Attendees can sign up either for annual membership of the group (4 sessions) or on a PAYG basis and the prices are below.
Embedded Software peer learning group, 2016
Dates: Wednesdays: 30 Mar, 6 July, 28 Sept, 7 Dec
Cost/year: £450 +VAT annual membership – Get one session free!
OR: £150 +VAT /session
Who should attend?
Software team leaders and engineers working in embedded software.
To sign up: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.