With classes offered for all levels of experience, the event offers engineers with a forum for sharing and exchanging technical information on the company’s large portfolio of products while working as a design resource for applying these products in applications. This year’s conference will offer more than 110 classes, including more than 50 new courses, on the company’s 8, 16 and 32-bit PIC, AVR and Arm-based SAM MCUs, as well as high-performance analog and interface solutions, dsPIC digital signal controllers, wireless and mTouch sensing solutions, memory products and the MPLAB development ecosystem. The event will also highlight new classes from the company’s Microsemi subsidiary, including three FPGA courses and one on PoE. As well as the classes provided, more than 50 hands-on workshops will be offered for attendees.
“Attendees at MASTERs will leave knowing how to use smart, connected and secure semiconductors and services to develop new, differentiated products that will enable innovation across different markets,” said Ken Pye, Microchip’s vice president of worldwide applications. “Engineers will work with conference attendees to provide the best possible learning experience, resulting in reduced design cycle times so products can get to market faster.”