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Join Microchip and Elektor for the webinar, "Rapid Prototyping Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Android Apps using MIT App Inventor." Learn about Android App development using MIT App Inventor. The material explained in this course will cover the steps required to develop an Android App that interacts with the AVR-BLE board.
Microchip University provides you with the opportunity to learn more about general embedded control topics as well as Microchip, Atmel and Microsemi products. One of the courses Microchip University is offering is Rapid Prototyping Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Android Apps using MIT App Inventor. The course will give the engineer a hands-on introduction to Android App development using MIT App Inventor. The material explained in this course will cover the steps required to develop an Android App that interacts with the AVR-BLE board.
In this webinar, Clemens Valens (Elektor) and Keith Donadio (Microchip) will guide you through the informative course. They will cover the most important aspects of the technology, give background information, show several videos from the course and go into more detail about the content of these videos.
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Time and Date
- June 10, 2021 at 1600 CEST
- Language: English
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Register for this webinar today for a chance to win a great prize. The first 50 registrantswill be eligible for a raffle featuring 10 PIC-IoT boards and several vouchers worth € 10 and € 25 for the Elektor Store!
Keith Donadio is a Principal Embedded Solutions Engineer and a member of the Wireless Solutions Function Group. He has been with Microchip for over fourteen years and provides customers with design and development support for a wide range of products such as microcontrollers, wireless, power and analog. He has presented at Microchip’s annual MASTER’s conference for topics such as: Bluetooth LE Protocol, Designing with Bluetooth Low Energy and Android App development using MIT App Inventor. Keith has been a design engineer for over twenty years before becoming a Field Applications Engineer first in distribution and then with Microchip. His background is in telecom and industrial controls. Outside of work, Keith enjoys playing guitar, embedded projects, woodworking and building tube guitar amplifiers.
Clemens Valens is the Technical Manager of Elektor Labs. He holds a BSc in Electronics and an MSc in Electronics and Information Technology. Valens started working for Elektor in 2008 as editor in chief of Elektor France, and he has also worked as an editor for Elektor UK/US and ElektorMagazine.com. He currently produces engineering tutorials and product reviews at Elektor.tv. In recent videos, Clemens covered the following topics and more: Arduino compiler optimizations, GitHub essentials, home automation, getting started with KiCad EDA, and several informative product reviews.
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Employees of Elektor and Microchip (or their relatives) are not eligible for any of these prizes.
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