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honey the codewitch21-Jul-23 4:43
mvahoney the codewitch21-Jul-23 4:43 
This isn't a criticism, just an observation: There are no "real"" articles on getting going with embedded here at codeproject.

For example, I just searched for Devicetree - a declarative format for configuring hardware for an operating system like Linux and ZephyrOS. I found one result - an interesting little linux driver that implements a loop back of some sort.

Nothing really on using ST's HAL, or NXP's offerings, or even the VS Code extensions by Nordic Semiconductor.

On one hand, that's fertile article territory.

On the other, codeproject is in good company in this respect.

If you intend to practice the black arts of commercial embedded, you will eventually need to know these things, only to find out that

A) After sitting through 30 minutes of a how to video you notice it won't support your hardware
B) Google laughs at your search queries. Laughs in your face. Try googling how to do SPI with CMSIS. You'll find two useful article with code and concepts, both for a particular semiconductor vendor you don't use. I've already looked.
C) Try using Cube. Just try. If the screen doesn't stop repainting for you 5-10 minutes in, you're a luckier person than me. And even if you get past that, you still have to learn how to use it
D) Everything else is courses and academies.

Regarding D: I really don't do well with that format. I test well, but only if I can figure out how to learn something on my own before the test is due. That worked in high school. It won't work here. I need better options.

I'm on a discord about this. And I've been in my element banging away at ZephyrOS. I may just have some codeproject articles on this eventually.

Of course that's what I said about getting an OSless setup running on an ARM Cortex A before I gave that up.
Check out my IoT graphics library here:
https://honeythecodewitch.com/gfx

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