Screaming Circuits: Events and activities

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What's Missing?

There is something about this PCB that will likely cause trouble for anyone assembling it. The first three people to correctly identify the issue get a Screaming Circuits 1GB USB drive. I know, this day and age, 1 GB doesn't... Read more

Four Years and Blogging

The Screaming Circuits blog celebrates its fourth year blogging today (September 14, 2010). In that time, it has had 447 (448, including this one) posts and 250 reader comments (more if you count the spammy ones I deleted). Popular subjects... Read more

ESC, Day 2

It's day two here at the ESC show. Yesterday was so busy, I didn't have time to write, walk around or do much more than talk and breathe. Today has been pretty busy too, but I did get around a... Read more

ESC is near

The Embedded Systems Conference, Silicon Valley, is less than a week away and Screaming Circuits will be there in booth 827. I've been getting prepped all week (well, actually a lot longer than just all week) and that drives me... Read more

Screaming Circuits is going to ESC

Screaming Circuits will be exhibiting at the Embedded Systems Conference in San Jose this April. The ESC exhibition runs April 27, 28 and 29 and Screaming Circuits will be in booth 827. As usual, the show will be held at... Read more

Tradeshow Bowling

Last week, I went to the SMTA show to give a talk on ways to get more out of your resources in tough times. The talk went well, but I walked the show floor and was really surprised at how... Read more

SMTA Conference

Hey there - Next week, if you happen to be down in San Diego, I'll be talking at the SMTA conference. I speak on October 7, at 3:30. I'm in session EMS2, in Royal Palms 1-2. My talk is called... Read more

Over, But Not Out

Well, not out yet. I hope I'll be out when I take to the skies soon. Out sleeping anyway. Not out on the wing. Brrrr. I am out of the show and occupying space in a mostly empty airport terminal.... Read more

Grape Power from Ti

Here at the show, we ended up next to Texas Instruments and I spent some time talking with Adrian, their Product Marketing Engineer for the MSP430 ultra low-power MCU. He brought over one of his demo boards which has to... Read more

H1N1 in Microcode

It's opening day here at the Embedded Systems Conference, Boston, 2009. For those of you that stop by our booth, we have a number of things to offer: You can learn about our pcb assembly services, you can enter to... Read more