Developing software for embedded systems takes time – generally more time than initially expected.
Operating systems are integrated into most modern embedded applications that are employed today.
Every embedded system is different. And so, as multicore designs become increasingly common, almost to the point of being mainstream, different hardware and software architectures are evolving.
Linux continues to be the leading choice for embedded device operating systems but the decision to choose Linux for use in a medical device setting includes the additional considerations of patient...
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C is the most commonly used language for embedded, with good reason. It is expressive, compact and powerful. With care, it is possible to write very clear, readable code. But there are pitfalls.
Debug & Test
When writing code, your first priority should be readability. A lot of time is spent debugging and maintaining code, often far more than was spent writing it in the first place.