Alban Rampon

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Social Media NetworksIf you are interested in ARM Architecture and in ARM Technology, you are probably already a member of the Linkedin ARM Based Group. If you haven’t feel welcome to have a peek. I sent the following message to the 3000 members and do welcome your feedback here or there!

Dear all,
I was finding it a bit of a stretch to expect anyone to remember that, to go to the Linkedin ARM Based Group, you need to go to http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=85447… as I cannot.

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A garden by Williams F1

A garden by Williams F1

The Mentor Graphics’ EDA Tech Forums at the Williams F1 Conference centre in Oxfordshire, UK provided an interesting diversity of topics I would summarize that tomorrow’s tools as well as new IP development will ensure we keep getting smarter and smarter mobile devices in our pockets without having to carry your charger!

Dr Wally Rhines, Mentor Graphics CEO, keynote “Delivering 10X Design Improvements” made the day’s goal quite clear from the start. To achieve this tenfold increase of transistor number, we need to continuously create better methods and not only try and improve older ones.

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Quite an interesting question when you look at how many blogs I have created within the last year! WordPress.com, Google Blogger and now this one.

I found that WordPress.com was too limited to my taste as I like to personalise. After all, I will be the one seeing my blog most often (reality check 😉 ) therefore just as well I like it.
Google Blogger is quite good and I have enjoyed it, but my work required me to project manage a new website creation and the CMS used happens to be Worpress. As I wished to better understand the tool, I looked around about it.
First, I do like the Open Source Software very much and I enjoy the fact that you can tailor WordPress as much as you like. continue reading…

Here is my first shot on the company blog. I only publish a extract here. On the day, I was also present on Twitter, sending a few of the pictures you see below but also from other booth showing ARM colours…

ARM Cortex-M4 Sphere demo

I arrived in Nuremberg, Germany on Tuesday lunchtime and noticed immediately that the pace in Nuremberg was pretty fast. I spent the first afternoon of Embedded World at the ARM Keil booth assisting with the demo setup. Demos include the video-sphere (displaying the Earth on the photo) based on the Cortex-M3 processor and also a weather station with sensors talking to a web server through a CAN bus. Of course, all were developed using RL-ARM from Keil. continue reading…

It has now been a couple of weeks, but let’s say I have not really had time to get bored… With a bit of travel and friends.

The event went well and we had more than 250 registrations. Of course, as always with online events, not everyone showed up. But still, I think we had around 150 attendees on the call. Quite pleasing for my first webcast.
Of course, I understand that I’m not the individual who brought most of the attendees. But having been with Karen Bartleson, Jim St Leger and Pat was a really great experience.
I also have to applaud Lori Kate for following the call AND tweeting about it all along. continue reading…

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