Feabhas Embedding Software Competence

Feabhas Embedding Software Competence

Feabhas has been working with the world’s leading electronic companies such as Samsung, ARM, HP and Intel, since 1995.

Website: http://www.feabhas.com
Membership type:Corporate 6-20 (£250+VAT pa)

Feabhas has been working with the world’s leading electronic companies such as Samsung, ARM, HP and Intel, since 1995.

They rely on Feabhas assessments, face to face training, and consultancy, to help their embedded software developers and engineers to:

  •  increase product quality and speed to market
  •  reduce product failures caused by bugs
  •  stay at the forefront of best practice for embedded systems development and testing.

As a result, these organisations are better placed to:

  • recruit talented software developers and identify skills gaps
  • provide practical ongoing learning and development from industry experts
  • measure the impact of the training received.

 

If you want to significantly change the quality of your embedded software development, reduce time to market and save costs, please contact us on +44 (0) 1488 73050 or email info@feabhas.com.

A video introduction to Feabhas

Niall Cooling explains why Feabhas stands out from the crowd.

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Embedded Live - early bird tickets until 20th July

Feabhas, the UK’s leading independent provider of embedded software development training, extends the early bird date for Embedded Live 2018 tickets.

13 July 2018Read in full

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Ken Munro among first speakers announced for Embedded Live

Feabhas is pleased to announce the first confirmed speakers and sponsors for Embedded Live 2018 at the NEC on 25-26 September.

7 June 2018Read in full

Embedded Live Conference 2018 – call for papers

Embedded Live Conference 2018 – call for papers

There's still time to have a starring role at Embedded Live, UK. Feabhas, the UK’s leading independent provider of embedded software development training, is looking for papers for the conference, which brings together engineers, managers and experts from across the world of embedded software development, to share their experience and knowledge.

18 April 2018Read in full

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The UK’s newest Embedded Conference is now open for abstract submissions

Feabhas, the UK’s leading independent provider of embedded software development training, announces that the Embedded Live 2018 call for papers is now open.

22 March 2018Read in full

UK’s first Agile for Embedded Conference takes place in May

UK’s first Agile for Embedded Conference takes place in May

Feabhas, the UK’s leading independent provider of embedded software development training and ARM Approved Training Centre, announces it is holding the UK’s first Agile for Embedded Conference on 3 May at Easthampstead Park, Berkshire.

17 February 2017Read in full

Introduction to Feabhas video

A video introduction to Feabhas

When it comes to choosing a traning partner, there's a reason why Feabhas is so popular with many embedded software developers and engineers around the world.

21 December 2016Read in full

Feabhas helps developers build embedded skills using state-of-the-art techniques & technology

Feabhas, the UK’s leading independent provider of embedded software training and an ARM training partner, has introduced STM32F4 ARM Cortex M4-based microcontrollers to its practical exercises.

28 January 2016Read in full

Feabhas offers new Design Patterns course for embedded developers

Feabhas, the UK’s leading independent provider of training and consultancy has launched a new course for real-time embedded systems software developers looking to deploy their C++ expertise in a multi-tasking, embedded environment.

25 November 2015Read in full

Feabhas offers reassurance over latest BusyBox vulnerability issues for Linux devices

Nick Glynn, Embedded Linux and Technical Consultant at Feabhas explains what BashLite is and offers reassurance and security tips to anyone using BusyBox on their Linux device.

11 December 2014Read in full