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Take a Break - The Break Statement in C - BlogNovember 19, 2020
In the early days of programming, the first high-level languages very much followed the pattern of assembly language.
Medical Device Security and Achieving Regulatory Approval - StoryNovember 17, 2020
Today, the security of medical devices is becoming extremely important to assure customers & patients that interact with your devices that their health & their personal information is taken seriously.
Multicore System Management: Hypervisor or Multicore Framework? - WhitepaperSeptember 02, 2020
Multicore embedded systems are becoming increasingly common. This paper looks at using a hypervisor or multicore framework, or both, to control and mange a multicore system, which is a critical...
Moving from an RTOS to Linux- (Practical Insights Nobody's Telling You) - WhitepaperAugust 28, 2020
There are many things to consider when moving from RTOS to Linux for embedded projects. This white paper provides practical information so developers can be fully aware of the trade-offs and the...
Free Software! - BlogAugust 13, 2020
The "free apps" folks are so surprised when I pay, say $1.99 for an app. I commonly think, generally I know, that I am getting a bargain.
Bottom Up or Top Down? - BlogJune 16, 2020
There are, broadly speaking, two distinct approaches to the design of software: bottom-up or top-down.
Embedded OS: real-time or not? - BlogNovember 21, 2019
OS selection is quite a large subject and there are many nuances, and this is a matter that I have written about many times. Today I wanted to ponder the matter of time; what model of time is relevant