infovore + embedded   9

305: Humans Have a Terrible Spec Sheet — Embedded
Cracking episode of EmbeddedFM, speaking to Amanda Wozniak. Although the topic is nominally embedded electronics, it turns into a wonderfully shrewd discussion of self-care and career-care: how to acknowledge and recognise your desires but also the things that will lead you to burnout (be it too much work, or too _intense_ work. I found so much to think on in this, highly recommended even if it's not your usual jam.
work  careers  selfcare  burnout  management  leadership  amandawozniak  electronics  embedded  podcast  interview 
6 weeks ago by infovore
‘Making guitar pedals?! Freaking mental!’ – Steve Bragg, Empress Effects, and the ZOIA | E&T Magazine
Great, technical article about building music hardware. Empress really aren't messing around: Blackfin chips, smart board design and circuit architecture, and TDD for embedded code all in the mix. It's great that ZOIA is such a success for them.
fx  guitarpedals  pedals  music  synthesis  programming  instruments  embedded  firmware  empresseffects 
august 2019 by infovore
Getting Started with EFM32 Giant Gecko ARM Cortex-M3 - Microcontroller - eewiki
About the best code samples I've seen: simple, to the point, and beginning to wrap my head around the architecture of these things.
firmware  electronics  embedded  c  argh 
september 2017 by infovore
Embedded Wednesdays: Getting Started in Embedded Systems — Embedded
This is a great set of posts on embedded software and, in particular, getting started with STM Cortex-based chips. Will be returning to this to read it through properly.
embedded  hardware  programming  software  technology  arm 
august 2017 by infovore
Orange Cone: Smart Things: an outline
"Smart things: the design of things that have computers in them, but are not computers". Mike Kuniavsky outlines the book he's currently working on. Looks interesting.
design  interaction  hardware  ubicomp  ux  book  embedded  things  mikekuniavsky 
february 2009 by infovore
the-inbetween.com: [ Unity and the Future of Browser-Based Games ]
"If 2009 is going to see the emergence of high-quality browser-based games, then 2009 is going to be the year of Unity. It has: lots of powerful features; iPhone support; Wii publishing; a developing community; quality developers using it; and an upcoming upcoming PC version. In short, it is about to make a major splash. I feel compelled to jump in with it — the indie license is cheaper than the Flash IDE."
flash  games  platform  iphone  development  middleware  browser  embedded  unity 
february 2009 by infovore
uplog » » Coding a Networked Bike
"We’ve just finished a project for Yahoo called purple pedals (a.k.a. the yBike). In a nutshell, it’s a bike that takes pictures and uploads them to flickr in real time."
ubicomp  photography  flickr  yahoo  embedded  upload  mobile 
october 2008 by infovore
tinker.it » Blog Archive » The Arduino Bluetooth board
Ooh - nearly here - program via bluetooth, access as bluetooth device. Nifty.
arduino  bluetooth  hardware  programming  embedded  prototyping  design  electronics 
january 2007 by infovore
Linux system squishes into Ethernet connector
Pictotux: a linux box not much bigger than an RJ45. Embeddedmachinesagogo!
linx  embedded  device  miniaturisation 
march 2005 by infovore

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