Dev Tools and OS

  • Want USB-C? Do it right!

    Want USB-C? Do it right!

    USB-C is capable of delivering all USB performance levels – from 12 Mbps with USB 1.0 up to 10 Gbps with USB 3.1 Gen 2 – via a new symmetrical connector that is reversible.

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  • BlueScope Chooses McObject's eXtremeDB Database Management System for its Plate Mill Control System

    BlueScope turns to McObject's ultra-fast eXtremeDB database management system to upgrade its Plate Mill Information and Control System (PMICS) for teams across the Plate Mill facility at Port...

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  • Three things that make you a superstar developer

    Three things that make you a superstar developer

    Many people don’t know why they aren’t getting results at work. More often than not, it’s because they lack of the right kind of training. But what areas should you put your focus into?

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  • The many uses of RTOS message queues

    The many uses of RTOS message queues

    An application can have any number of message queues, each one having its own purpose.

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  • Interfacing IoT with embedded using Node.js, part 5: Web interface

    Interfacing IoT with embedded using Node.js, part 5: Web interface

    We've implemented a web server in Node.js that provides APIs for controlling GPIOs, sampling accelerometers, and reading ADC values. Now we tie it together with a web page that uses these services.

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  • Digitizing inventory management

    Digitizing inventory management

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  • RTOS debugging, part 3: Chasing the jitter bug

    RTOS debugging, part 3: Chasing the jitter bug

    The visible symptoms of jitter can be very similar to what you see in a system that suffers from CPU starvation, from general sluggishness to intermittent data loss or even malfunction.

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  • Interfacing IoT with embedded using Node.js, part 3: Accelerometer

    Interfacing IoT with embedded using Node.js, part 3: Accelerometer

    Let’s look at the package for reading the accelerometer, service-mma8451. We'll be implementing support for service-mma8451 entirely in javascript.

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  • Cross-industry semantic interoperability, part five: Towards a common data format and API

    Cross-industry semantic interoperability, part five: Towards a common data format and API

    Part four discussed the intersection of business and device ontologies, and how elements of both can improve scalability. Now we discuss how a common data format and API can leverage these ontologies.

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  • Machine learning and Industrial IoT: Now and into the future

    Machine learning and Industrial IoT: Now and into the future

    Traditional ML algorithms are useful when the amount of data to be processed is relatively small and the complexity of the problem is low. But what about larger problems with a lot more data?

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  • Learn from your past: Commercial RTOS or roll your own

    Learn from your past: Commercial RTOS or roll your own

    Should you purchase a commercial RTOS or write your own?

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  • Oski Technology Growth of Formal Verification Business Leads to New Expanded Headquarters

    Renowned Decoding Formal Club Meeting to be hosted September 26 at New Office

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  • Identifying secure firmware update mechanisms and open source options for embedded Linux devices

    Identifying secure firmware update mechanisms and open source options for embedded Linux devices

    The traditional, and best-until-proven-otherwise way of updating an embedded device is performing a whole image update. In baremetal devices, this would be the whole image with all the device firmware

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  • Interfacing IoT with embedded using Node.js, part 2: GPIO

    Interfacing IoT with embedded using Node.js, part 2: GPIO

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  • Sample project: Interfacing IoT with embedded using Node.js, part 1

    Sample project: Interfacing IoT with embedded using Node.js, part 1

    In part 1 of this sample project, we show how to implement support for the TS-7680 hardware and provide a simple web page for controlling the board.

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  • Shift-left your safety-critical software testing with test automation

    Shift-left your safety-critical software testing with test automation

    The trend in major safety-critical projects shows exponential growth in total costs, with software being a larger portion of the total year-over-year development budget.

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  • RTOS debugging, part 2: Your tasks need that CPU; don’t starve them of it

    RTOS debugging, part 2: Your tasks need that CPU; don’t starve them of it

    In embedded systems using multitasking, you may run into a situation where some of your tasks run slowly or not at all. This is called task starvation.

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  • RTOS debugging, part 1: Dealing with timing issues

    RTOS debugging, part 1: Dealing with timing issues

    There are several reasons that debugging an RTOS system is different from debugging a single-threaded “superloop” system where you wrote all code yourself, but these are the top two.

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  • Corelis Adds Queued Transaction Capabilities to I2C Bus Analyzers

    I2C Exerciser software now includes support for queued read & write transactions and new SMBus parameter validation sets.

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  • Eliminating complexities in embedded system development

    Eliminating complexities in embedded system development

    Using a model-driven approach and adopting agile development can reduce or eliminate complexities in the embedded system development process.

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