Coming Attractions: first Elektor Academy/element14 webinar

December 10, 2013 | 14:37
Coming Attractions: first Elektor Academy/element14 webinar
Coming Attractions: first Elektor Academy/element14 webinar

In response to requests from many enthusiastic readers out there, Elektor Academy and element14, the industry’s leading online technology portal, have teamed up to bring you a series of five exclusive webinars (web seminars) covering blockbuster projects from recent editions of Elektor magazine.


In an Elektor Academy/element14 webinar, those who have registered to attend our online sessions not only get to see and hear leading authors and project designers exploring, discussing and elaborating on their projects, but also have an opportunity to enter into a debate on design and other technical aspects during the live Question & Answer (Q&A) slot after each presentation. Plus, every attendee receives an exclusive 10% discount off their next purchase with Farnell!


The first Elektor Academy/element14 webinar covers ‘Platino –- an ultra-versatile platform for AVR microcontroller circuits’ and will take place on 13th October at 15.00 GMT, live on element14.


Many microcontroller applications share a common architecture: an LCD, a few pushbuttons and some interface circuitry to talk to the real world. Platino offers a flexible through-hole design for such systems based on the popular AVR microcontrollers from Atmel. Platino supports all 28 and 40 pin AVR devices, several types of LCD and has a flexible pushbutton and/or rotary encoder configuration. Add-on cards in the form of Arduino type shields or custom boards are fully supported. Platino is compatible with the Arduino IDE and with many other popular development systems.


You can register for this webinar now. Participation is completely free! Places are limited so book soon to make sure you don’t miss out! All you need to do is register via to reserve your seat.


Other Elektor/element14 Webinar Series topics and their webcast times will be announced through Elektor’s e-weekly newsletter as well as in our monthly publications and online so watch out for the next exciting episode!

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