Jack Ganssle is an internationally-recognized embedded systems engineer, author and speaker. He designed some of the very first embedded systems. He started three high tech companies, built or managed the development of over 100 embedded systems, and now advises companies, lectures, and writes about embedded systems. He was the only embedded person on NASA's Super Problem Resolution Team, created by the Columbia Accident Investigation Board to harness the expertise of highly-respected people from outside the agency. He has worked on many classified government projects.
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Jack Ganssle - Available in 12 days, 9 hours and 55 minutes(2021-05-20 11:00 EDT)
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the invention of the microprocessor. It’s hard to imagine a world without this device! Yet the story goes back long before 1971. In this session Jack gives the history of electronics from the early days to today, with special focus on computers.