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Registration for the Xilinx Developer Forums in October now open

Xilinx is holding three Developer Forums later this year and registration for the two October events is now open. The US event is being held at the Fairmont Hotel in downtown San Jose on October 1-2. The Beijing event is being held at the Beijing International Hotel on October 16. Registration has yet to open for the Frankfurt event being held on December 10 but you can pre-register for an alert when registration opens.

If you’re involved in the design of systems based on Xilinx devices, these events offer the most concentrated form of technical help and expertise you can get short of a visit from your friendly neighborhood Xilinx FAE. Best of all, there’s no attendance fee. The events are free.

Details and registration here.

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