There is still time to take advantage of the best deal for EE Live! 2014, the premiere conference for electronics design engineers, entrepreneurs, and technology professionals. You can save as much as $300 when you purchase an All-Access Pass for the event by January 10.
Held at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center from March 31 to April 3, 2014, EE Live! brings together engineers from all over the world to catch up on the latest technologies in their field through educational panels, case studies, and more. There are also plenty of opportunities for attendees to learn new skills, as well as network with peers and industry luminaries.
The All-Access pass caters to engineers with a broad range of technology interests, providing total access to the Embedded Systems Conference’s sessions and postmortems — that alone includes dozens of presentations delivered by leading experts throughout the four-day conference. Those ESC sessions are split into eleven distinct tracks, from “Embedded Systems Engineering” to “Software Architecture, Development, and Design”.
EE Live! 2014’s All-Access Pass will get you into special programs like The Internet of Things Engineering Summit, The Black Hat Embedded Security Engineering Summit, and The Hardware Startup Engineering Summit, too. (Access to full-day programs like the FPGA Engineering Boot Camp, the Android Engineering Certificate Program, and the Super C++ Tutorial are not included with the All-Access pass and must be purchased separately.)
Furthermore, the All-Access Pass will get you into special events and parties (e.g. various awards ceremonies), conference proceedings, and keynote presentations. You can drop into the free EE Live! Expo — running from April 1 to April 3 in the Exhibit Hall — to see over 250 exhibitors, spend time at the Hands-On Training Lab, and check out the vendor training sessions.
You can purchase an All-Access Pass at EE Live! 2014’s official website, where you will also find information on registering over the phone or fax, group pricing, and other available pass options. Additionally, the site offers a Schedule Builder for planning which sessions you want to see, a Justification Toolkit for communicating the value of attending the conference to your managers, and other helpful resources.