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Cleveland, OH, United States, 2012/11/02 - October Firmware Planet Newsletter includes blog articles ‘Making Arduino Controlled Robots’ by Dr. Robin Lake, ‘Give me what I need! (Not what I asked for...)’, by David Telling and ‘The Stratavariant Project’ by Dr. Robin Lake.
We are pleased to announce the publication of our third now monthly Firmware Planet Newsletter. These newsletters contain informative articles on topics related to the firmware engineering discipline, as well as other newsworthy items such as the latest job postings published on the Firmware Planet Site.
In this month’s newsletter, we tap into the ever interesting historical articles of Dr. Robin Lake with The Stratavariant Project, and the always refreshing insights into the day to day challenges of firmware engineers encounter by our friend David Telling.
We are also pleased to announce that Firmware Planet will now be offering the Planet newsletter on a regular monthly basis as well as provide an opportunity to be notified regularly of new positions in the firmware industry.
If you are interested in being one our bloggers please contact us. This is a great way to share your knowledge and expertise with your firmware colleagues around the world.
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