The slides from my workshop “Robust Concurrent Programming in C++” at the recent Embedded Masterclass in Cambridge are available here:
Embedded Masterclass 2012 SWI Workshop Slides
Please note that there were also some hands-on exercises during the workshop, to which the slides refer. However, the source code for these exercises, and their solutions, is not publicly available. If you attended the workshop and have lost the code, or you have some other reason to want it, please contact me by email.
I also presented a short talk, “Programming small systems in C++“, at the event. The slides for this are available here:
Embedded Masterclass 2012 SWI Talk Slides
Anyone using PendSV on Cortex (e.g. to implement an RTOS scheduler) should read this!
[Edited 29/09/11] It appears that there may or may not be a problem; the argument continues on the Embedded Gurus blog. If you’re tinkering with PendSV, it would be good to read the article (and the comments to it) anyway.
Some wistful thinking, as a break from blogging about SKC++.
I spent the last two days at the ESC in Farnborough, UK. Would that be:
- Embedded Systems Conference, or
- Embedded System Complication, or
- Embedded System Confusion?
Or all three? Read more…
As you can gather, I have just started this blog, which is an extension of Software Integrity’s main website. I will be airing many topics here, but all in the field of Real Time and Embedded Software.
I hope you will find it interesting and I welcome your feedback on the articles I post here.