NetBurner is proud to offer two in-depth classes at the MICROCHIP® 22nd Annual Worldwide MASTERS Conference. Better yet, this hands-on workshop utilizes our latest ARM-Powered Ethernet Core Modules! We will use our products to dive into the ins and outs of debugging networking issues from the field. This is an event with lots to offer and one to not miss!
"For many networked consumer products, a Raspberry Pi is a popular option; however, for timing-critical or harsh environments, NetBurner modules are a better, more reliable choice. NetBurner supports all standard Internet protocols and features on top of a real-time preemptive operating system - unlike the non-deterministic Pi. Add to this an industrial temperature rating, which was especially important in this airborne communications application."
Mark Oberman, Principal Engineer at OBE Systems, Inc. goes on to describe this airborne particular application and how it worked out.
At NetBurner we do our best to deliver a turnkey experience that is easy, fast and as seamless as possible. Yet, there are times when you need to sharpen your sword and drive into battle against hordes of… Bugs! This doesn’t happen in most simple out of the box applications; however, one of the advantages with NetBurner is that we enable cavalier and experienced engineers to develop and tailor the embedded software to get customized functionality. This can sometimes introduce some less predictable and difficult-to-eradicate bugs, gremlins, goblins or demons. In this sequel, we’ll pick up with a few more techniques that will further train and empower you to recognize and exterminate those digital foes like a true warrior. If you missed the first part of this article you can catch up here.
That’s right, there is no such thing as an ASCII string unless you understand the encoding that it uses. And there are a lot of encodings. We all know a significant segment of the world’s population speaks, reads and writes something other than English. For your ASCII strings to be understood by people speaking languages other than English, you really need to understand ASCII encodings. It’s time to ante up.