Hermann Ruckerbauer is coming to Stockholm in April (13+14) to help you really understand dynamic memory (DDR1/2/3/4) and how to design for that. And I really mean in all the little quirky details you need to take full advantage of this technology without guesswork.
We had a lot of interest for this course in Copenhagen, when we ran it back in September 2014. Based on evaluation forms, the 30+ participants were more than happy about the course. So now is the second chance in the Nordic region to learn memory design from a true expert, who have been both on the chip design side and the board design side of this for most of his career.
I know Hermann have been busy improving the course over the holidays, so you will get to experience an even better version with more demos/practical examples.
We limit the course to 20 participants, and it does not look feasible to double up the course at this time like we had to do in Copenhagen. So get your registration in early to secure your seat. Read more and sign up.
If you already took this course and liked it, please tip your co-workers. Thanks – you are my friend 🙂
PS: Notice also that we have the SI Week 2015 in May in Stockholm this year including a brand new course by Lee Ritchey: Very High Speed (differential pair signal path design). More about that later – signup is open, so please go ahead.
PPS: And Happy New Year to all! – This is going to be a quite exciting year with lots of courses. So go tell your boss that you need a BIG training budget for 2015 🙂