Workshops at Olimex Training Building – 10th of January – Intel vs ARM, IoT and SMT Technology


2014 is almost gone, New Year is coming and we will start the year with three Workshops on January 10th.

Update your agenda: Starting from 14.00 o’clock on 10th of January in Olimex Training Building there will be three interesting workshops.

First Workshop will be about Intel vs ARM. Minnowboard MAX will be compared to OLinuXino and RK3188-SOM-EVB in terms of productivity, power consumption, Linux support, etc.

Second Workshop will present ESP8266 and RT5350 OSHW boards for IoT applications.

Third Workshop will be about SMT technology, type of components, how to design PCBs for SMT, what is solder paste, how to handle solder paste, how to design stencil for solder paste, how to print solder paste, reflow profiles, how to make profile and how to trouble shoot problems with SMT technology like printing, soldering etc. There will be practical demonstrations and will be shared know-how captured for the 23+ years of experience with electronics manufacturing which cost gold 🙂

Everyone is invited! This is free event.

13 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. bobraphtoneafwata
    Dec 10, 2014 @ 11:26:07

    Wooh cool workshop how can i be part om in kenya though may you please share the sample slides codes and any resource with me online i am having the Galileo board by intel


  2. christian vieira
    Dec 10, 2014 @ 15:27:50

    Could it be the live broadcast of the event? Unfortunately I do not live in Europe …


  3. Mattias
    Dec 10, 2014 @ 22:45:07

    Same for me. Too far away to attend, so it would be very much appreciated if there is a presentation / slides / anything made available for us out-of-towners 🙂


  4. Ignat Ignatov
    Dec 11, 2014 @ 01:27:59

    I will attend the event, I would like the same to hold a seminar about ESP8266. This is our firmware for wearable bracelet with this module.


  5. kgolding
    Dec 11, 2014 @ 11:43:52

    +1 on a live broadcast or better still a video of the event please?


  6. mipl
    Dec 15, 2014 @ 23:39:22

    Is OLIMEX planning addition to the sensor boards with UEXT connection, what I’m missing is any good humidity sensor with I2C output. There are some cheap already available on the market, like:
    some additional data here:


  7. Miki
    Jan 06, 2015 @ 11:48:37


  8. ataa
    Jan 10, 2015 @ 21:19:08

    Please sens me slides TO
    I dont leave in europ


  9. Emil Tashev (estqwerty)
    Jan 12, 2015 @ 10:23:31

    ще качите ли презентациите или повече инфо от уоркшопите?


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