Tag Archives: Books
The more recent versions of the MPLAB C32 compiler (v1.6 and later) have changed the way interrupt nesting is defined by default by making it automatically Enabled! The effect of this change is that of making part of the “nesting.c” … Continue reading
There is a new book on my nightstand, and it is one of the best I have read in years: it is called “Real World Instrumentation with Python” by J.M. Hughes, published by O’Reilly!Less than a month ago I was … Continue reading
Browsing through those large book stores, of the kind and size you can find only in the US, is one of my favorite pastimes. I can loose myself in there for entire afternoons just letting the eye fly (wink) over … Continue reading
It is Christmas, again, not sure how this happened … Of all my ambitious plans for 2009 only a few got done, but looking back I am pretty sure somebody must have stolen a couple of months from this years’ … Continue reading
I am always grateful to readers that report to me typos and/or issues found with the books listings and the CDROM code, but today I want to thank particularly Laurent Debrauwer not only for pointing out an issue with the … Continue reading
I finally got my hands around “the book” on Real Time Operating Systems. Read it all in a couple of days… I loved the clarity and completeness. Highly, highly recommended! Definitely added to my “favorites” bookshelf !