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Thank you Fred for great lecture!

Topic: Java scripting, UDP, Apple IOS / interface

WherleyBird.. out go the lights..

I'm OUT!

Blogger

Have a great weekend everybody.

LAST CALL!!

I have enjoyed this week with all of you.

Blogger

Well, odesit, it looks like you may have the lights out when you leave duty :-)

Are there any more questions?

Blogger

@ucschmidt

Thank you for being here with us!

Blogger

Ideas for future classes: TCP/IP, Automotive Ethernet, CAN/CAN-FD, sensors. Thanks for the class.

Iron

@ Fred  Many thanks Fred for this week. I really enjoyed it. Also I admire your patience...

Iron

Did I miss anyone's question?

Blogger

Thank you Fred.

I will definitely be doing that.

Iron

gbabecki  re: ServerService.bas

B4A uses basic syntax to write the program. The files and directories behind that contain java code. The *.bas files you see listed are the text files that you edit when you open B4A.

They also have a library called reflection which allows you to dig down into the nuts and bolts of Android if methods aren't supported. Basically anything you can do with Eclipse and Java/Android can be done with B4A.

You can even go into Eclipse and write a wrapper for a Java/Android library and use it within B4A ... They also have a simple Library "building" utility.

If you want to get a feel for the program (besides b4a), they also have B4J - a completely free cross platform development program that writes Java programs for desktops etc, all you need is the jre 1.7 (java run time engine) installed - Windows / Linux / Mac ...

Iron

@gawie007

There are no bad questions.  That's why we are all here to learn. SD cards take a bit of coding to use. Take a look at my archived bootloader lecture.

Blogger

please post schem link.

Iron

a schematic would be nice, thanks

 

Iron

@CLASS

Would it be of service if I posted a download link to the EDTP board's schematic?

Blogger

@Mroell

Day 1 - chipKit WF32  Digilent

Day 2 - Vinculum II Eval Board DigiKey

Day 3 - EDTP PIC18F47J13 Dev Board

Day 4 - Breadboard  RN-XV - schematic in slides

Day 5 - EDTP PIC18F47J13 Dev Board

 

Blogger

Thanks. Got code for today.

Iron

@cghaba

The trial version has only the core library. I doubt these would compile under trial version.

Iron

Fred,

Please excuse my ignorance. I only have a little experience personally with the likes of Arduino. My business partner builds the hardware and programs the PIC's. I use B4A to build the front end of the hardware. We currently have used bluetooth and standard SMS's.

We just decide on how the messages should be packaged and off we go.

 

Do you just send a file to the an SD card for example and it self installs new firmware?

Iron

@morell re: PIC board design

If you can find Fred's CEC course on bootloaders (forget which semester), he has schematics for this PIC18F47J13 board.

Iron

I am positive you shall find me something special soon

Thanks to date.

Iron

@cghaba

I have never used the trial version.  However, I'll bet it will work.

Blogger

@willyh

The EDTP board is no more than a PIC, a power supply and a USB IC. The circuitry was described schematically.

As you saw in yesterday's lecture, I breadboarded a PIC and a WiFly radio that was used to demonstrate TCP/IP over B4A.

You can get this basic board in tons of flavors from MicrochipDirect, meLabs and CCS just to name a few.  The Vinculum II boards are available from Digi Key.  I also would recommend checking out www.digilentinc.com as they offer a multitude of boards of which I also used in the lecture.

I make every effort to expose the hardware as best I can. I sincerely apologize if the class was of no use to you.

Blogger

@Fred Eady re: ServerService.bas

That's plausible, but B4A is not your father's basic.  It would seem awkward to go from B4A to Basic to Java (presumably) in order to run on Android, but I guess weirder things have been done.

Thanks for the thoughts and thanks for the course.

Iron

Thanks Fred. Good stuff.

Iron

Security device systems, motion detectors, cameras

remote access of systems, peremiter security, intrusion alarms

etc. Something I have not seen lecture.

Iron

Questions:

YES - Control ofa device via HTTP service mechanics is in my future.

I2C, TCP/IP, UDP, Arduino, and BTLE would be very interesting classes for presentation on DN Webinars.

This has been a good week!

 

Iron

@gawie007

Yes.  If you can get the data to your programming device, you're good to go.  No different than progamming via Ethernet or microSD card. 

Blogger

@dhajicek

You will need B4A to make sense of the project files.. Otherwise, everything else is just plain ASCII.

Blogger

Thank you Fred for great lectures.

Iron

Fred

I have built few boards in my garage as well. Could you please post a list of the hardware that was used for people like myself to acquire. THis will greatly reduce my time on trying to figure what is used from the presentations. Thanks again.

Iron

@gbabecki

I figure that's what Erel (the creator of B4A) decided to do.  Maybe the logic of Basic in the product name dictated the logic to interface with .bas source files.

Blogger

@mroell

The EDTP board was literally built in my garage..

Blogger

It does, now.  It didn't at the beginning of the class.

 

Iron

Agreed. TCP/IP and UDP basics classes would nice and network security too. Thanks.

All code in B4A can be done in the trial version?

Iron

@FRED,  there si no point to organized a class without the support of the hradware and software. So if a class is to be given, the dev boards must also be comercial available, with EDTP, or DIGI KEY  or any place. Those are the effective classes.  It is ok and  if  Develop and place them via Digi-key but  this is the only way a class can be effective. The examples works and are used with the hardware.

 

Iron

Thanks Fred. I will revisit these presentations again and hopefully be able to use this in some data collection items at work.

Iron

@N8BL

The socket would get lost if we closed the activity.  We never closed the activity and the service runs until we tell it to stop. If you were to hit the Android back button, the socket and server would both cease to exist.

Blogger

OK, now I've got it.  It's a graphic file.

Iron

Hi Fred,

Thank you for your course!

Is it possible to update firmware onto PIC's etc using one or all of these methods from an Android phone?

 

Iron

I came in Green...not knowing a thing, just the need to learn how to develop apps, this has been very helpful, bit overwhelming at times, just due to my lack of knowledge, but should be enough to get me moving forward...Thanks

Iron

@Oscar_eng

The EDTP boards are internal use boards we use for prototyping and classes like these..

We no longer sell them.

Blogger

Thanks Fred, Rich, Digikey and Ieee

I can download the source file, and extract them.  But can't read them.  Any specific program needed for that?

Iron

@choudankar

Remember you have to short the ID/Sense pin on the USB connector to ground. This forces the Android device into host mode.

Blogger

Good Course.  Thanks!

Iron

@FrankMcCarthy

Each day's code is available as a .zip file from:

http://www.edtp.com/download/android-embedded-classX.zip

X is 1 2 3 4 5

Blogger

MY FEEDBACK IS: THE CLASS WAS GREAT, JUST  THE PPT  SLICES AND ANYOTHER INFORMATION MUST BE ORGANIZED.  EXAMPLE: The Slice must have at the start the hardware and software used  for the course and the links where to find the stuff!  so that the Psot gets consentrated in less "bla..bla" and more into Q&A. If  Software is presented, and Specific Dev Boards are used, please place the links where to find it.  All  CODE must be posted here in conjuntion with teh Slice

Iron

@Fred Eady

The source files contained the web service file ServerService.bas.  What is the implication of the ServerService file having a .bas (BASIC) extension in the context of B4A development environment?

Iron

Here are the links for all five days:

Day 1,

Day 2, 

Day 3,

Day 4

Day 5

Iron

EmbedX - you need to add ".zip" to the end of the URL to get the code

Iron

MCUs for remote control apps

possibly infa red devices

Iron

@gamatec

Yes. You can use Javascript.  B4A does not care about Javascript.  You put the script into your HTML code that you are serving.

Blogger

@EmbedXControls

Doesn't www.edtp.com/download/android-embedded-class5.zip work for you?  I was able to download the zip file.

Iron

? what is the link to the source code?  Thanks.

Iron

 

          I just downloaded and extracted 

          the Day 5 Source files

 

Iron

I would like to see programming of MCUs for motor control applications. Thanks.

Please send me the files to my email if possible  @ EmbedXControls@Gmail.com

 

thanks

 

Hi Fred I am unable to Download the Day5 Source code/ Any problems with the server ?

Is it possible to buy the PIC dev board shown in the slides (EDTP Electronics Inc)?

basic prograramming code writing

reusable code, ...

Iron

Another idea for future webinars might be software defined radio.  There are plenty of web sites that address this, but Fred's no nonsense nuts and bolts approach would be very helpful.

Iron

@mroell, I found the stuff at Digi-Key.  Be sure to order the daughter board for the Eval board as a separate line item.

Gold

Thanks Fred for an informative week

Iron

another development board to work with

Iron

Hi Good Afternoon Fred. Sorry I missed the Webinar.

@schneid799

The server is listening on a hot network that is not in ad hoc mode. Check out the Microchip WiFi Demo.  I think they use ad hoc mode with some sort of server to configure the radio.

Blogger

@mroell: Mouser has a couple of development boards (TI w/ARM).
One is "EOL" and available for $10!

Iron

I like the latest L.E.D. and drivers,

applications and future...

Iron

Yes, thanks for the link...

 

Iron

Opps low current sub picoamps controlled by a floating adrino based isolated communications system.

Iron

Fred, 

I see that you are using development boards, so where do we get these at?

Iron

I WAS WONDERING ALL ZIP FILE CODE FOR THE 5 DAYS USED

 

Iron

Great class Fred, Rich, and Digi-key. Now I've got to go experiment with this. Thanks!

Iron

I'd like to see a TCP/IP and UDP class that gets into the mechanics.

Iron

Have not yet done control of device via HTTP Server mechanics, but I will be trying this.

Iron

Good morning from sunny Albuquerque.

Iron

dgrinch. Your supplier/vendor should be able to advise you on which UCs are being supported into the future.  But unless the product is very cost sensitive, I'd personally go for overkill in capability.  It will make upgrades much easier in the future.

Iron
kostya2012 thanks for the correct link.  I was having problems
Iron

Thanks kostya2012. That works.

Gold

add .zip to the end

 

Iron

High voltage power supply design 5 - 40KV, low voltage leakage measurement techniques pros and cons etc

Iron

@elmckee

Take a peek at the B4A site.  I think you'll find that there are some apps out there that were built using B4A.

Blogger

seems like code link isn't working

 

www.edtp.com/download/android-embedded-class5.zip

right link

Iron

Thanks Fred great class  I would like  to see more hardware devices explored.

Iron

Hi,

I'd be interested in an Android eclipse adt basics similar to this very well done presentation. Thank you.

Iron

?Fred, I get a URL not found at that link to the code

Gold

Fred - I fear hardware obsolescence.  Guidance in or an approach for picking the best uC and inteerfaces for "the long run" would be helpful. I'd hate to put major effort into a product that will be hoplessly  obsolete in a year.  I mean, should I even be looking at 8-bit uC's when  32-bit stuff is appearing pretty cheap? Even if the 32 bit is an overkill for the task?   I get lost in this area  of concern as much as in programming.   Moore's Law trajectories and other econ concerns as much as coding.  Put on your "futurist" hat and advise.   Possible  short course?  Thanks for being here. Great stuff.

Iron

Topics: network security (especially WiFi).

Iron

@Fred 

Course topics I would like, Bluetooth LE and basic intro to TCP/IP.

Iron

Very good. 

I'm unclear on what needs to go in the service module.  Slide 7 show ssocket being declared in the Activity module.  Why wouldn't the socket be lost since its in the activity module?

Iron

Topic of interest, BlueTooth module with Pic Micro connecting to Android device, for sensor networks data gathering.

 

Iron

Have a great weekend.

Iron

@CLASS

That should read android-embedded-class5.zip

Blogger

Like to see class on audio using usb (embedded feeding audio to pc)

Iron

USB, TCP/IP ...... so much and so little time.

Iron

Great course - thanks! I'd like to see some motor control with PIC webinars.

Iron

super wi-fi for dummies

Iron

I have an interest in the Roving Networks RN-131 and using it with Apple IOS devices

uses of nonvolitle RAM - pros cons,

Iron

@CLASS

The B4A code is posted:

http://www.edtp.com/download/android-embedded-class5.

 

I'm IN!

 

Blogger

#How long are the classes archived?

Iron

is there a link to some code for today?

Iron

I would like a more detailed course on Bluetooth

Iron

Thank you, it was very helpfull to learn all this in a short time

 

Iron

Thank you Fred for great lecture

Iron

I'd like to see some TCP/IP and more network security.  Thanks so much all!

 

Iron

Fred, I would like to see a class on programming of PICs (or Ardueno) for servo control in robotics.

Iron

@Fred  Course topics I would like:   Bluetooth LE, basic intro to TCP/IP. Great course this week. Thanks!

Iron

Thanks Fred, Rich, Steph, and Digi-Key

Iron

actually, people asking about usb, that would be a good subject. use alot of usb but mostly just bridges.

I vote also for CAN but also for GSM/GPRS 

Iron

Thanks FRED and Rich.  I would like to see Cloud service related topics and M2M with Android devices topics as well.  

Iron

Where can you buy EDTP PIC board? are they avsilable at Digi-Key?

Iron

Fred, Rich, Design News, and Digikey ....Thanks great class.

Iron

Thank you also, Rich, Design News and Digi-Key

Iron

Thanks Fred for the great classes.

Iron

Notepad+ or Programmers Notepad 2 look nice for anything - HTML, C/C syntax highlightning

Iron

Thanks Fred, Rich & Digikey.

Iron

DO WE HAVE THIS CODE IN A ZIP FILe (the 5 Days)

Iron

ditto on I2C (using C), also power management for ultra low power operation

Iron

I agreen with wireless data acquisition using Arduino

Iron

Future topic: HTTP server on Cortex-M using "no-charge, no-royalty" RTOS like MQX.

Iron

Questions: I tried using FTDI chip with Samsung Galaxy Note phone. But the phone throws error saying connect the cable. It seems to me that the phone isn't acting as host. Could you give some pointers?

 

I would like Arduino and PIC embedded application classes in future.

Iron

Thank you...

Arduino...  and the TCP/IP topic sounded great....

Iron

Thanks all aboard the online classes

Iron

Great class Fred, Rich, and Digi-key. Now I've got to go experiment with this. Thanks!

Iron

great presentation thanks

Iron

Thanks Fred, Rich and Digi-Key.

Iron

Would like a class on CAN

Gold

Thanks, Fred! Great lecture and great topic.  I like the nuts and bolts.  Lots to go back over when I get the parts.  Have a great weekend, everyone!

Iron

Excellent series of lectures this week - many thanks!

I'd like to see a web page development webinar series dedicated to embedded device access.

Iron

Great Job Fred, thanks

Iron

Wow, this has been great.  Fred, thanks so much!!

Iron

Thank you Fred and Rich.

Iron

Fred Eady is the bomb.  Well done.  Thank you for your effort this week.  I am a fan.  I would love to hear more about sensors (pressure, temperature, strain).

Iron

multiprocessing, rtos, interfacing deferent sensors to the micro.

Iron

freds? whole series has been interesting. nothing jumps into mind for a subject.

USB diagnostic methods and tools would be a good topic

Iron

Wireless data acquisition using Arduino

Iron

Great course Fred.  Excellent summary & walk-through.  Looking forward to your next class!

Iron

Thanks again for a very interesting week

When I write html code I use KompoZer. When there are some minor modification I use Notepad

Iron

ZigBee, HDL in general (VHDL, Verilog, SystemC)

 

Fred, You asked if we had used USB communications.  I worked on a system that used USB for internal communications to allow isolation between parts.  Unfortunately, this was slow and became a limitation on the performance of the system.

Iron

More B4A with examples

Iron

GUI design

Thanks Fred - Nicely done

Iron

I'd like to see a TCP/IP and UDP class that gets into the mechanics.

Iron

Where is the source code for each day?

 

DO YOU  HAVE A ZIP FILE WITH ALL THIS CODE!!!!

Iron

Great Class. Thank you Fred, Rich, Design News, and Digi-Key

Gold

Like to see some info on methods for hardware prototyping - shields, capes and the like.

Iron

Thank you,

Great classes

Iron

Thanks Fred, Rich & Digi-Key! Very nicely done. Have a great w/e!

Iron

nice lection, thank you Fred!

 

Iron

What other topics would you like to see in these lecture series?

Blogger

Just a minimal amount of html to provide configuration form.  We just use a text editor.

Iron

I have used HTML to create web pages.

Iron

I was coding on html5

but is long time,

Iron

very little of HTML.

Iron

Have used html.  have used web browser netscape date myself and firefox as well as by hand.

Iron

No..  Just notepad...

 

>> Thanks for the slide numbers!  My audio got very confused... 

Iron

I either use Notepad+ for simple HTML or Arachnophilia from arachnoid.com for more complex HTML.

Iron

Have not done HTML in a while.

 

Iron

Have not for a while, but used Dreamweaver probably version 1.0..

Iron

I have only done a bit of HTML and that was a long time ago.

Iron

no html lately.  Frontpage in days long gone

Iron

Coded raw HTML using just a coding text editor.

Iron

very little work woth HTML. we use NetBeans to make slight modifications

Iron

Question: Do you work with HTML?  If so, what HTML editor do you use?

I've used Dreamweaver CS6, if that counts.

Iron

Yes, I use vi as well.

Iron

Mostly text editor for small pages.

Iron

Do not work with HTML

Iron

I use Dreamweaver for HTML

Sometimes emacs on linux

Iron

I work with html some. I use the matlab publish command to make webpages with data processing results.

 

Work with HTML - Yes  (HTML5).

Editors: Notepad and DreamWeaver

visual studio for HTML editing

Iron

Use Kompozer and Eclipse

Iron

 

          I just use a text editor for HTML

 

Iron

Not working with HTML here.

Minor HTML editing in Eclipse.

Iron

Have just coded simple HTML using Notepad

Gold

Boxer text editor

 

Iron

No, I have never used HTML. But I see notepad can be used...pathetic though!

I have, and used Eclipse.

Iron

I edit HTML with VIM

Iron

freds? don't work with html

No,I don't work with HTML.

Iron

I code most HTML by hand on notepad

Iron

No I have not worked with HTML

Iron

Don't work with HTML ... yet

Iron

little bit dreamweaver.

Iron

I do not work with html.

Iron

I use vi to write all of my HTML

Iron

QUESTION: Is the control of a device via HTTP Server mechanics in your future?

It would be cool to do, but no plans.

Iron

Question: Do you work with HTML?  If so, what HTML editor do you use?

Blogger

I like the http server interface for devices

Iron

Sorry for the poor grammer.

Iron

Not at this time.

Iron

You are right RS232 is very stable and easy to use, but usb to RS232 converters (off the shelf) are marginal pardon the language junk as currently sold.  Had some Http equipment a couple of years a go but they were so limited on their end device equipment we phased them out, but quick fix was RS232 based.

Iron

Http based interface is useful

Iron

@JMMoreau: Fred listed links to source code in zip files in the posts. He said he would post today's after the lecture.

Iron

An HTTP based interface is very useful.

 

Iron
@Fred, its possible to use some javascript libraries, and how to embed this into the code ?.

Where can we donwload the example code/project  for this course series?

 

Iron

@gwp2 but RS232 will not go away.  We are working on a new medical product that will have RS232 connections.

Iron

no use of http server for devices, but we are looking at these for future use

 

Iron

@gwp2

Agreed. For long haul,  RS-232 and HTTP are the two primary vehicles.

And RS-232 is sooo 1970s ...

We use http server for configuration of our devices.

Iron

Possible, need to migrate from RS232 on several systems.  Plus design of the next geneeration of systems to replace these.

Iron

Have not used HTTP Server to control a device.  Will certainly consider after today.

Iron

No paln for HTTP server mechanics.

Iron

Yes controling an Http server is something I want to do.

Iron

Controlling devices via HTTP - ABSOLUTELY !

Have not yet done control of device via HTTP Server mechanics, but I will be trying this.

Iron

 

none as yet but
there may be in the future

 

Iron

Yes, now I can see how it's done!

I've thought about using HTTP for a while, but have had the time to try it.

Iron

Good morning from sunny Albuquerque.

Iron

No. Security issues.

Iron

I would like to do so, not sure company will agree

Iron

Have been considering server, high probability for future.

Iron

No HTTP Server control

 

 

Iron

Yes, eventually everything is IoT.

probably will do a server in the  near future

No experience with HTTP server but looking to learn if useful from this webinar.

Iron

freds? none at this time. none in the past.

No plans for using it yet.

Iron

No plans for HttpServer

Iron

Am anticipating control of a lab instrument via USB or remotely from web.

Iron

I have not yet created this type of application.  I want to though

Iron

Server and Server with control -- yes

Iron

Yes I plan to try this

Iron

Will definately try some of this in the near future!

Iron

I will do it in my next projet

 

Iron

Yes, this takes us to the IoT

Gold

Have not done it, but now I know it is available, it sounds interesting.

Iron

I didn't used http server

Iron

I have not planned for one, but I can see the usefulness and would like to learn more.

Iron

not planned at the moment

Iron

Possibly - powerful concept

Iron

No I have done it yet

Iron

Not at this time...

Iron

possibly now that I see how it could be done

Iron

Ok, thanks, It works now I have to hit refresh.

Iron

QUESTION: Is the control of a device via HTTP Server mechanics in your future?

Blogger

is there any solutions for ad hoc and the HTTP server App?

 

Iron

Chrome works better than IE with the audio

 

 

my audio is steady and clear

 

Iron

The audio is breaking on and off.

Iron

Hello from Orange county!

Iron

@LeoSieben and evryone else: I can be reached at Rich.Nass@ubm.com

Blogger

Greetings again from Columbus.

Iron

Are there any known products on the market today that have used B4A?

Iron

There are many more trainings in the future...

Iron

Hi all -Audio is live! If you don't see the audio bar at the top of the screen, please refresh your browser. It may take a couple tries. When you see the audio bar, hit the play button. If you experience audio interruptions and are using IE, try using FF or Chrome as your browser. Many people experience issues with IE. Also, make sure your flash player is updated with the current version. Some companies block live audio streams, so if that is the case for your company, the class will be archived on this page immediately following the class and you can listen then. People don't experience any issues with the audio for the archived version.

This has been great ... wish I had some of the hardware to get a bit of 'hands on'

Iron

Howdy from Clearwater. FL

Iron

@Mar: where in NJ?

Blogger

Sad this is the last one. 

Iron

Rich, could we get your email address?

Iron

@MayanBlood: Just one evaluation form per week.

Blogger

 

                    hello from Mishawaka

 

Iron

When is the audio available?

Iron
Hello from Manizales, Colombia.

??Rich do we suppose to fill the form for the whole series or per session?

Iron

Greetings from sunny Buffalo, NY! (35 deg F)

Iron

greeting from slc ut

rich? was the course eval suppose to be end of each day or for the week. yesterday and day's before, you asked don't forget to fill out the eval.?

Hello from South Carolina

Iron

Hello from Longmont, CO

Iron

Hello from Cedar Rapids Iowa

Iron

Hi from Oak Creek, WI.

Iron

Hello from Binghamton, NY

Iron

The streaming audio player will appear on this web page when the show starts at 2 PM Eastern time today. Note however that some companies block live audio streams. If when the show starts you don't hear any audio, try refreshing your browser. If that doesn't work, try using Firefox or Google Chrome as your browser. Some users experience audio interruptions with IE. If that doesn't work, the class will be archived immediately following our live taping.

Blogger

Good Friday from Soutwest Michigan

Iron

Good morning from Reno, NV.

Iron

Hi from Midland, TX

Iron

Hello again from Minnesota.

Iron

Good afternoon from Somewhere on the Niagara Frontier.

Iron

Greetings from Vermont

Iron

Good afternoon from Minnetonka, MN.

Iron

Hello from Metro Detroit

Iron

Good afternoon from Barranquilla, Colombia

How's everyone doing? Happy Friday Fred and Rich.

Iron

Good Afternoon and Hello from Summerville, SC.

Iron

Be sure to follow @designnews and @DigiKeyCEC on Twitter for the latest class information. We encourage you to tweet about today's class using #DigiKeyCEC.

Blogger

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Blogger

42 minuntes till we hear from Fred.

Blogger

Hello all from snowy SE Lake Simcoe Ontario Canada.

 

Iron

Download the PowerPoint from the link above.

Blogger

Hello folks. Welcome to Day 5. I expect to see some of the apps!

Blogger

Good morning from sunny Albuquerque.

Iron

COLD in Minneapolis today...  it's struggling to stay above zero...  Buenos Aires sounds nice!

Iron

Hi from Buenos Aires

Iron

Hello from Indianapolis!

Greetings from Chicago!

Iron

Good morning from El Paso, TX

Iron

Hello again from sunny Huntington Beach, CA

Iron

Greetings from Scottsdale, AZ

Iron

Good morning from Mobile, AL

Hi all!  So looking forward to this class.  Great job by Fred as always

Iron

@jjrochow@ra.rockwell.com

In a potential case of "small universe", my son did a summer intership and 6 month co-op seqment with Rockwell Automation out in your area a year or so ago, but don't recall if it was the facility in Mayfield Hts.  He's still a student a CWRU and just finished his last co-op segment at Intel in Chandler, AZ.

Iron

Hi from Panama City, FL.

Iron

I just downloaded the slides. This class looks fantastic.

Gold

Good morning from Rockwell Automation.

Morning from Portland Oregon

Iron


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