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Barr Group Discounts Embedded Software Training in a Box™ Course

GERMANTOWN, Maryland – November 20, 2017 – Through December 31, 2017, Barr Group is offering a $50 discount on its Embedded Software Training in a Box course. Based on Barr Group’s Embedded Software Boot Camp®, this do-it-yourself training kit enables engineers to benefit from the rich content of this popular course in the comfort of their own home or office.

Included in this kit are a complete set of digital training materials, an ARM-Cortex–based microcontroller development board, instructions and solutions for a set of hands-on programming projects, and additional learning resources.

To purchase this product, go to the Barr Group Store and use coupon code DIY2017 to receive the discount.

For more information on Barr Group’s firmware training and technical consulting services, go to https://barrgroup.com.

About Barr Group

Barr Group, The Embedded Systems Experts®, is an independent provider of world-class product design, training, and consulting and of expert witness services for the embedded systems industry. Founded by internationally known experts in the design of safe and secure embedded systems, Barr Group is driven by its mission to help companies improve the overall reliability and security of all embedded system–based applications. Barr Group provides services for the automotive, medical, defense, industrial controls, consumer electronics, and Internet of Things (IoT) markets. More information about Barr Group is available atwww.barrgroup.com.

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