Beginnerlevel Embedded Systems Projects? [closed]
location: linuxexchange.com - date: March 9, 2009
A student of mine came to me this morning and asked for some ideas for an embedded systems (ideally hardware+software design) project to be completed in the next 6 months or so. He's a freshman, and inexperienced, but has the motivation to learn if pointed in the right direction. The purpose of completing this project, besides getting his feet wet in Electrical/Computer Engineering and Computer Science, is to make his resume more attractive in terms of snagging an internship in Summer '09.
My question is:
What are some good general resources to understand simple hardware, a microcontroller, and the basics of what firmware/software is, given little to no experience in any of the above? My own background is somewhat unhelpful here, as I learned a lot through both formal training (which he's interested in, but wants to get started now) and through the internship I got my freshman year through nepotism ;-) (which he wants to do, but there's a chicken-and-egg problem)
What are some in
Any projects using Linux for Embedded systems?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 21, 2008
Hi! i am a masters student, i am willing to do some project which uses Linux for embedded systems. Linux kernal being used for embedded systems. i am very new to Linux kernal. i would like to know what kind of projects can we do, and what are the books we need to study for this. i have done some programming in uC/OS-ii, will this be any help for Linux kernal level programming. i am well of with programming in C language. please Suggest !
What is the bootloader and startup code in embedded systems? [closed]
location: linuxexchange.com - date: September 5, 2015
What is the basic significance of bootloader and startup code in the embedded systems? What is the difference?
Where are these placed?? And an overview of the flow from power on reset to the application start. Considering any platform in general.
Need some ignition for learning Embedded Systems [closed]
location: linuxexchange.com - date: November 21, 2011
I'm very much interested in building applications for Embedded Devices. I'm in my 3rd year Electrical Engineering and I'm passionate about coding, algorithms, Linux OS, etc. And also by Googling I found out that Linux OS is one of the best OSes for Embedded devices(may be/may not be). I want to work for companies which work on mobile applications. I'm a newbie/naive to this domain & my skills include C/C++ & MySQL. I need help to get started in the domain of Embedded Systems; like how/where to start off, Hardware prerequisites, necessary programming skills, also what kind of Embedded Applications etc. I've heard of ARM, firmware, PIC Micorcontrollers; but I don't know anything & just need proper introduction about them.
P.S: I'm currently reading Bjarne Struotsup's lecture in C++ at Texas A&M University, and one chapter in it describes about Embedded Systems Programming.
which linux Operating systems applied to Embedded systems?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 10, 2013
please help> as mentioned in subject, i would like to find many embedded systems with linux distribute os in it with os-name and embedded sys-name.
Best programming language for embedded systems
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 5, 2010
I would start to learn the best programming language for embedded systems to control devices. What I have heard about that is Assembly Language.
I want to know if there is any better languages to code for embedded systems using Ubuntu machines and please also mention Integrated Development Environment or Editor for that language in Ubuntu.
Linux vs Freebsd for embedded systems
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 15, 2010
So I was wondering, which is better for embedded systems? Linux has the high ground at the moment due to Google adopting it for Andriod, but what about Freebsd? What are they good for? are they a comparable competitor to Linux?
next step for someone learning embedded systems programming with linux
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 6, 2011
I just want to know whats the next step in my embedded systems (with linux) self-learning. So far I've tried this. I don't know; after doing this exercise I feel as if I learned how to create a boot disk. But nonetheless I am interested in taking the next step. So please tell me what to look at next...
linux in embedded systems
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 22, 2006
I am very new to linux and i am very much interested to make it as my career option in embedded systems.I have three books
--understanding linux kernel--o'rielly edition
--guide to unix using linux--
--beginning linux programming--3rd edition by neil matthew and richard stone.
i got fedore installed in the computer and practising commands..
can anyone kindly suggest me from embedded point of view what all should i learn from these books.
at one point i was unable to understand anything from the book..
so waiting for your replies..
[SOLVED] Best programming language for embedded systems and devices.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 5, 2013
I am currently learning programming with Python. I have had beginner level in QBasic but nothing further.
My goal is to learn programming for embedded systems and devices. I am not sure what language would be the best for that. For the nonce this is for my own interest, but this may become a second career (with the jobs situation, I don't take anything for granted) so I don't want to waste time on learning I don't need.
Python is being used as a language to learn how to program in general, then I assume I will move to a different language for "work".
What are your opinions?
Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10