Embedded Software

  • Six of the best: artifacts in my house

    As Christmas approaches – and I am still somewhat in denial [mainly because people have been saying “It’s Christmas” for weeks and putting up decorations in November!] – various people ask me what kind of gift I might want. The answer is easy: I do not want anything. I am not sure that I am […]

  • Video about a C++ “flaw”

    My latest video blog is now available. This time I am looking at an interesting aspect of C++, where there seems to be a small design flaw. You can see the video here or here: Future video blogs will continue to look at topics of interest to embedded software developers. Suggestions for topics are always […]

  • How I do cooking

    If I start listing my interests, away from embedded software, there are a fair number. I have often written about photography, but others include reading/writing and food and drink. I have written posts in my “6 of The Best” series covering drinks, food and cheese specifically. There has never been a list of my favourite […]

  • ESE Kongress

    This week I am on my travels again. I am attending Embedded Software Engineering Kongress in Sindelfingen, near Stuttgart, Germany. I have attended and presented at this conference quite a few times before and was pleased to be invited back again. On this occasion my talk is How to Measure RTOS Performance. If you are […]

  • Photos that are not pictures

    As I have written about before, when I am not thinking about embedded systems, one of my main interests is photography. I have been taking pictures all my life, but, in recent years, I have started to think more about what I photograph and why I do it. I regard this as evidence of an […]

  • RTOS event groups

    This is the latest in my occasional series of posts about RTOS features and I want to talk about event groups – also called event flags. This is a feature available in many RTOS products, including, of course, our own Nucleus RTOS. Although my comments are inspired by the Nucleus implementation, they are very similar […]

  • A reward for donating blood

    This is a subject that I return to from time to time, as it is a matter about which I have strong feelings. Hence, I offer no apology if I am repeating myself. My simple message is that most healthy adults are able to give blood, with absolutely no ill effects to themselves. If you […]

  • Video about RTOS semaphores

    My latest video blog is now available. This time I am looking at semaphores with a real time operating system. You can see the video here or here:

    Future video blogs will continue to look at topics of interest to embedded software developers. Suggesti…

  • More on what3words

    A few weeks ago, I wrote about a technology that was exciting me: what3words. Since then, I have been giving this matter a lot of thought. As I have gone about my usual business – traveling for work, leisure activities, photography-related engagements – I have constantly stumbled across situations where what3words could have made my […]

  • Embedded software article: RTOS Revealed #14

    My latest article on embedded.com has been published. This piece is the fourteenth installment of the RTOS Revealed series, which will continue to appear through the rest of 2017 and beyond. The series will cover every aspect of real time operating systems. Partition memory: introduction and basic services In this article, I am starting to […]

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