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BCS Hertfordshire, Free Event - Everyone is welcome to attend
Presented by Chris Shore, Training and Education Manager, ARM Ltd
Venue: 7:30pm. at the Lindop Building, University of Hertfordshire, College Lane, Hatfield, AL10 9AB
Complimentary tea, coffee and biscuits available from 7pm

Booking link
https://events.bcs.org/book/836/
(If you are coming, please do book, as this helps us to know how many people to cater for. The speaker is from ARM so the turn out should be very good.)

Hertfordshire BCS events
http://www.herts.bcs.org/future.htm

ARM technology powers the Arduino Due and the new Arduino Tre. This talk covers,
Innovation, Careers, The Future: The ARM Road to Success

In the connected world it is hard to find a smartphone, tablet or a slate device that is not powered by the technologies pioneered and developed by ARM. The latest ARM Cortex microprocessor family is widely used by Arduino,  Google, Samsung, Microsoft, Nokia, Beaglebone and Raspberry PI - to name but a few. From its early beginnings, the company has grown to be a global leader in its field and has been named as one of Britain’s top employers as well as one of its most innovative companies. This talk will explore how ARM manages to keep innovating in the competitive and internationalised market, how ARM remains able to rapidly adapt towards changing market trends and how the company sees the future of itself as well as the mobile device industry - starting with its roadmap for the ARM Cortex Processor.
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