I’m back home! I had a bumpy ride from FTF in Dallas back to Zurich, so not much sleep during the night. So instead risking to fall asleep while unpacking the luggage, what is the best to fight a jet … Continue reading →
There has been a lot of new Freescale releases recently around FTF, and I’m trying to catch up. For me as a Processor Expert Lover, it is good news that there is now the new version 10.4 available. And it comes in different ways:
I should have known it better, and I always teach my students that they should take the environment into account. And you know what? This time it was me who missed following that rule.
But from the beginning: For the Freescale Technology Forum (FTF) I brought 4 different Zumo Robots to show developing with the Freedom board and Processor Expert. Clark (thanks again, Clark!) has built and brought the Sumo Dojo, and I brought the bots:
It has been a very busy week so far here at the Freescale Technology Forum in Dallas. I barely had time to capture pictures. And to give you an impression: that conference site was HUGE in my view: Everything is … Continue reading →
I’m attending the Freescale Technology Forum (FTF) in Dallas this year: As they say here: “everything is bigger in Texas”, that’s the motto of this conference ;-). The conference is packed, and I have a hard time to keep up with all the things going on. My focus is obviously everything around Eclipse and ARM microcontroller. The conference started yesterday afternoon with hands-on labs, and I was in the one were Freescale presented the new ‘Kinetis Design Studio’: a free of charge/unlimited Eclipse tool chain based on Eclipse Kepler, GCC and GDB. Freescale presented their new software library ‘Kinetis SDK’. And: There is a new Freedom board which gets handed out to the attendees: the FRDM-K64F :-).