We’re celebrating 10 years of compiler development with an entire month of special content, discounts, and full license giveaways.

10 years of compiler development

Exactly 10 years ago on this day, mikroPascal for PIC, our first compiler, made a debut. Typical for a success story in the tech realm, back then we were a small company working from a shabby apartment. Today we reminisce about those days while sipping fresh draft beer on a sunny terrace looking at an expansive lawn surrounding our big HQ building.

A major part of that success we owe to our compilers.

We wanted to provide you with compilers with a well designed programming environment with all the right tools in all the right places, and a rich selection of prepared libraries and functions. These things are not typically found in software tools for Embedded development.

All that so you could focus on your projects in order to create your own “typical” success story, while still having enough time and energy to pursue all your other passions in life.

Today we have 18 compilers. mikroC, mikroBasic and mikroPascal for PIC, dsPIC, PIC32, 8051, AVR and ARM. To celebrate a decade of their development, we’ll offer special discounted prices from May 6 to May 31 on all compilers. Use this once-in-a-decade opportunity to save up to a hundred dollars on your compiler purchases.

10 years of compiler development

And if you’re lucky, you could win a free license too, by entering our sweepstakes.

Expect more stories about the compilers in the following weeks. It’ll be a celebratory month!

Yours sincerely,

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