Today is the last chance to save 10% on your signup to Stockholm SI Week in May.
If you have already participated in the SI Week courses with Lee Ritchey before, we have one good reason to come back this time:
The brand new “Lee Ritchey: Very High Speed” course on designing solid differential interconnects up to 32 GBps on regular PCB. This course builds on results from several test boards and experience from some of the first movers in Silicon Valley.
If you have never experienced SI Week or the courses by Lee Ritchey, that in itself is a good reason to go to Stockholm this May. Lee is both a very good presenter with tons of experience teaching and practicing signal integrity. He is also a very interesting person that you can’t help but like. More active than most folks his age and with a very good sense of humor.
The 3 day course “Lee Ritchey: Signal Integrity” is a classic, and if you take only one course in signal integrity – this should be the one. Also consider the extended 4-day “PLUS” version, where we add one full day of hands-on simulation.
We have an “early bird” discount running until April 1st, so today (and tomorrow) is the last chance to save 10% on the 3 courses. This is – btw – nothing compared to what you can save on your next designs by taking this course. If you make just one of the typical design mistakes Lee talks about, that will easily cost way more than the entire course 🙂
See you in Stockholm 🙂
PS: Memory Design
And while we are at it: If you want to grap one of the last seats for Hermann Ruckerbauers “Open the Black Box of Memory” in Stockholm April 15+16, please do that now. We are actually about to run out of seats for the extra course we arranged at Courtyard by Marriott…