Automotive Software & Electronics Boot Camp
FutureTech will be hosting its 3rd Automotive Software & Electronics Boot Camps, Level 1 & Level 2 in July 2019. The location will be Shoreline Community College (Seattle, WA area). This would be a great class for those of you that want to further your electrical and electronics skills and begin to learn software writing and coding. By learning more about these topics you can more confidently diagnose electrical/electronic circuits (including CAN network related systems) and begin to build your own software driven diagnostic tools by knowing how to write and code software into a microcontroller. This course has become very popular, for the first time, we have international technicians attending from the countries of Singapore and Sri Lanka.
The seats tend to go very quickly so, please register soon!
Are these topics difficult? NO!, not the way we teach it by, combining some lecture will significant hands-on projects that, apply directly to automotive systems. We'll build the projects and learn together. It's a fun and relaxed atmosphere. Want to know more - here are some links and see the attachments:
I’m looking forward to seeing you in the course! It’s time for to reinvent and augment your skills, and to move into the new age software controlled systems and diagnostic tools!
I hope that one day you can set Up this class on east coast
Exactly ! That’s what I was gonna say . Like close to Greenville S.C. Or Atlanta Ga .
Hello James: I just answered Thomas with this info but, thought I would send it directly to you. This course will be on the East coast (or close to it) in September. The location will be the Mobile Air Conditioning Society (MACS) HQ in Lansdale, PA. Here is a link for the course: macsw.org/web/Online/New….aspx MACS is sponsoring the event. I expect it to fill
Hello Thomas: This course will be on the East coast (or close to it) in September. The location will be the Mobile Air Conditioning Society (MACS) HQ in Lansdale, PA. Here is a link for the course: macsw.org/web/Online/New….aspx MACS is sponsoring the event. I expect it to fill quickly, even though the class isn't until Sept. Best Regards, Mark
Cool subject - out of my reach to make it from Australia this year but you've been added to the bucket list.
Hi Brendan: Glad to see the course is on your bucket list. We're seeing more international technical coming from many countries across the planet. This course is unlike any other that I have ever been involved in instructing. It's fascinating to watch how each student will start to determine how they can immediately apply the topics and technology to their needs. The students will share which