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RTOS Without Blocking?

In my previous post, “RTOS Considered Harmful”, I have identified blocking as the main cause of the particular brittleness and inflexibility of the programs based

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RTOS harmful

RTOS Considered Harmful

I have to confess that I’ve been experiencing a severe writer’s block lately. It’s not that I’m short of subjects to talk about, but I’m

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A Heap of Problems

Some design problems never seem to go away. You think that anybody who has been in the embedded software development business for a while must

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A Nail for a Fuse

A Nail for a Fuse

If I were to search my soul, I’d have to admit that the use of assertions has helped me more than any other single technique,

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Cute Creator

For a long time I’ve been looking for a good cross platform development environment that would allow fast exploration and navigation of C/C++ source code,

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Insects of the computer world

The recent Jack Ganssle’s “Breakpoints” blog on makes an excellent point that the same forces (the Moore’s law), which drive down the prices of

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RTOS Alternatives

As hundreds of commercial and other RTOS offerings can attest, the greatest demand for third-party software in the embedded systems community is for the RTOS.

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Agile Embedded Development

Silicon Valley finally seems to be taking a serious look at “agile development” as a competitive advantage. Articles like “Reinventing the Software Development Strategy” by

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