Netrino, The Embedded Systems Experts and a leader in embedded systems training and engineering services, announced at TechInsights’ Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) Silicon Valley 2009 an expanded nationwide schedule of Netrino Institute’s embedded systems public training courses for Spring 2009. Multiple offerings of Netrino’s popular Embedded Software Boot Camp training course highlight the schedule which also includes Process courses Developing Effective Coding Standards and Implementing Effective Code Reviews, and Language course Embedded Programming with C++.
With the release of the Spring 2009 training calendar, Netrino and TechInsights also announced a special one-time discount for ESC attendees. A 35 percent discount certificate for any Netrino Institute Spring 2009 training course will be included in the ESC Engineer’s Survival Kit provided to conference attendees.
“Netrino Institute’s training courses address all areas of embedded systems development, from coding to architecture, to process, to culture,” said Michael Barr, Netrino’s president. “With our Spring 2009 training calendar, Netrino Institute is now providing a full slate of offerings, across the United States and addressing all major aspects of our Zero Bugs…Period design methodology.”
“TechInsights is committed to providing high quality technical content and education for engineers and our flagship Embedded Systems Conference remains the premiere learning opportunity for the embedded engineering community,” noted Jenn Markey, TechInsights chief marketing officer. “In addition to our strong paid conference program, we are extremely pleased to partner with Netrino to provide a select number of free training sessions on the show floor at this year’s ESC. As well, we are delighted to include a discount of up to 35 percent to the Netrino Spring training calendar as part of a kit of educational tools and offers that all ESC attendees are able to take back to the office with them.”
Netrino’s expanded schedule of public training sessions includes offerings in Boston, MA; San Jose, CA; Los Angeles, CA; and Columbia, MD. Additional information on public course offerings for these and other popular Netrino courses is available at Netrino’s website at www.netrino.com/Embedded-Systems/Training-Courses/Calendar.
Founded in 1999 and based in Columbia, MD, Netrino provides training and engineering services related to the development of next-generation embedded systems. The company has three business units: Netrino Institute trains engineers in best practices, Netrino Consulting provides unbiased engineering guidance throughout the engineering lifecycle, and Netrino Labs assists companies with product development.