Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Speaking at Toorcon 10 in San Diego

I'll be giving a 75-minute Deep Knowledge Seminar at Toorcon X in San Diego on Friday, September 26th regarding my efforts to repurpose the TI EZ430U in-circuit debugger. This seminar will cover both of the presently published articles, as well as details on writing custom replacement firmware that will be published as a third (and perhaps fourth) installment. More generally, it will provide a thorough introduction to the reverse engineering of microcontroller-based USB peripheral boards.

Note that the seminars are not included with general conference admission. Seminar registration is $750 until September 12th, $950 at the door.

Please email me if you'd like to meet up.

--Travis Goodspeed
<travis at utk.edu>

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