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ESC Silicon Valley 2011

When Is A Dinosaur An Elephant?

I pounded the padded carpet this week at the Embedded Systems Conference in San Jose where I witnessed the wonder that is Woz, interviewed new FPGA prototyping start-up BEECube, and pondered why exactly Green Hills employed a dinosaur as their main event this year. I also picked up some righteous swag!

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Watch Previous Fish Frys

Fish Fry Links – May 6, 2011

Samson – The Embedded Systems T-Rex

Bryon Moyer’s Editorial Blog – An Engineer’s Engineer

BEECube

Zilog

Zilog’s Comic Book – Captain Zilog

Electronics Engineering ToolKit Pro

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