EOC 2024 - I Will Attend Giveaways!

Stephane BoucherApril 22, 20249 comments

With the Embedded Online Conference just around the corner, we are very excited to announce an opportunity for you to win one of many amazing prizes, thanks to the generous contributions of DigiKey, Jetperch and Saleae!

For a chance to win one of the following prizes, all you have to do is help us with spreading the word about the conference.

Prize: LulzBot Mini 2 3D Printer
Value: $1,295

The LulzBot Mini 2 is an exceptional blend of reliability, versatility, and high-quality performance, packaged in a compact and user-friendly design. This 3D printer is ideal for both professionals and hobbyists, striking the perfect balance between ease of use and sophisticated capabilities.

Prize: Saleae Logic Pro 8
Value: $999
  • 8 Digital/Analog inputs (multi-use)
  • Decode SPI, I2C, and 20+ more
  • Digital sample rate up to 500 MS/s, Analog sample rate up to 50 MS/s
  • 10 Billion+ samples of digital, 500 Million+ samples of analog (uses PC memory, USB 3.0)
  • Cross platform - Mac, Windows, & Linux (Ubuntu)

Prize: Joulescope JS220
Value: $1,393

Joulescope™ by Jetperch LLC is the affordable, precision energy analyzer. The Joulescope JS220 streamlines low-power design, providing clear and immediate insights. The JS220 measures current and voltage, then computes power, energy, and charge. With seamless measurements from 1 nA to ±10 A across sleep and active modes, Joulescope is the right tool for designing modern low-power and battery-powered products.

Prize: Global Specialties DSC-5300 Digital Storage Oscilloscope
Value: $830

Global Specialties DSC-5300 Digital Storage Oscilloscope (DSO) is a portable two-channel benchtop instrument designed to measure signals and waveforms. The DSC-5300 bandwidth can capture up to 50MHz signals with a real-time sampling rate of 500MSa/s. With up to 32k points of deep memory, the DSC-5300 DSO captures more details of a signal for analysis and display on the large 7-inch color LCD display. Global Specialties DSC-5300 offers edge, pulse, video, slope, and alternative trigger types and features an onboard help menu.

How to Participate

In order to participate, all you have to do is help us with spreading the word about the conference by letting your Linkedin network know that you'll be attending the Embedded Online Conference:

Step 1: Right-click on this image and save it on your computer

Step 2: Create a post with the image on Linkedin BEFORE the end of the day, Monday April 29.  Make sure to complement the post with the #EOC2024 and the #embeddedsystems tags (this is how we'll know that you posted so we can add your name in the raffles).  

Here's an example of a Linkedin post that would qualify:

Simple, right?  It shouldn't take you more than 2 or 3 minutes to post and earn a very decent chance to win one of the prizes.

Thanks in advance for your help with spreading the word about the EOC and good luck!

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Comment by KennyPresMay 7, 2024

Hate to be "that guy" but did the giveaway winners ever get announced?

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Comment by stephanebMay 7, 2024

Not yet - almost there though.  Some technicalities to resolve with some of the sponsors regarding shipping restrictions.  We are working hard behind the scene to get this announced asap.   

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Comment by KennyPresMay 30, 2024

... Is it safe to say the giveaways were cancelled?

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Comment by stephanebMay 31, 2024

Thanks for checking in.  Not safe at all.  Winners have been notified last week and announced in yesterday's newsletter.  

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Comment by KennyPresJune 1, 2024

Tried to edit my comment but basically, I'm curious what newsletter and how do I sign up for it? The last email I received from the Embedded Conference <stephane@embeddedonlineconference.com> was on May 2 so I'm guessing it's a different one? Thanks again!

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Comment by stephanebJune 3, 2024

It was in the EmbeddedRelated newsletter, sent to all ER members and all attendees of EOC.  I'm surprised that you didn't get it.  Maybe it ended up in your spam folder?

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Comment by igendelJune 4, 2024

Hmmm... I didn't get any newsletter recently either.

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Comment by KennyPresJune 4, 2024

It's not, and it hasn't been the 30 days before automatic deletion. Weird.

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Comment by mikaelasanchezJune 13, 2024

I didn't get the newsletter either unfortunately.
I checked my spam and deleted items folder, but I didn't get anything.
The last time I got a newsletter from EmbeddedRelated was on 8th May.

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