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Embedded Systems – Shape The World
Free course of The University of Texas at Austin. The course uses a bottom-up approach to problem-solving building gradually from simple interfacing of switches and LEDs to complex concepts like display drivers, digital to analog conversion, generation of sound, analog to digital conversion, graphics, interrupts, and communication.
Delayed printf for real-time logging
Yossi Kreinin explains how to get pretty printf from a real time embedded systems without getting the timing penalties of the formatting.
Sometimes Compilers are cute
An interesting example of how the output of two compilers can be different on the same basic code and how unoptimized the compiler output can be.
Binary Executable Analysis Techniques for Embedded Systems
Michael Barr gives a rather complete overview of how to analysis binary executable. At the end of the article, the icing on the cake, a cool example directly from his own experience.
auto variable in C++ 11
A clear and concise demonstration by Pranit Kothari of what is this feature in C++ 11
Emacs as my <Leader>: Vim survival guide
Bailey Ling shares his experience of switching from Vim To Emacs and give advices to help Vim user to do the switch too. Well explained, objectives arguments and closing words. I thought at the end of the reading why I’m not already downloading Emacs?
15 Sorting Algorithms in 6 Minutes
A fascinating visualization and “audibilization” of 15 Sorting Algorithms. Hypnotic !
Drone In-flight Firmware Upgrade
Great demo of embedded Erlang running on a drone with in-flight software upgrade
Toyota Case: Single Bit Flip That Killed
An in depth article that describes the role of embedded systems experts and what they found in the case of Toyota’s vehicles that inadvertently accelerate. (or not)
What’s new in Unicode 7.0 ?
Andrew West explains what will be in the next version due for the autumn of 2014. Details with many explications to understand this big update.