Monthly Archives: April 2008
While working on the porting to the PIC32 of the code developed for the original PIC24 book it occurred to me that there were some obvious optimizations I had yet to explore. For a starter, the graphic.c library was using … Continue reading
Yawn … you will say … yet another contest… Well, look again! This is not like anything you have seen before. At least in terms of engineering challenges … this was never done before to my knowledge.
Our brain is wired for image processing and all things visual just reach deep in our mind faster! If there is one moment when I just cannot seem to ever get enough of a “view”, that’s when I am debugging … Continue reading
I guess one of the advantages of getting older (if there is any) is that I am becoming somewhat more patient and I am learning to resist the temptation of trying out on the hardware target every single line of … Continue reading
There are so many new features being added to MPLAB at each major (and minor) new release that I struggle to keep up. Just a couple of days ago for example, I was discussing with a colleague how it would … Continue reading
For some reason I used to think that Linux was destined to be a hot topic among embedded control developers, so I have been disappointed last summer, at the MASTERs (the 11th), when a couple of enthusiastic colleagues decided to … Continue reading