NXP FTF 2016: The MCU memory bottleneck and optimized IDEs

May 27, 2016
At NXP's 2016 FTF, Dave Edward, Founder, CEO, and CTO of U.K.-based tools company Somnium walks Embedded Computing Design's Technology Editor Brandon Lewis through an optimized IDE that's compatible with GNU tools and can be used to create memory-friendly code packages.
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