I have a problem, and I want to solve it. I’m documenting my journey, findings, tips and tricks in this blog. However as I’m progressing, things are getting too advanced for others who are beginners or new to the embedded world. For them, my latest tutorials might be simply too complex. For beginners my stuff is far too advanced. Yes, there is a compendium, and yes, anyone could start reading from the early days. But things like tools have changed on my journey: I moved up from CodeWarrior to Kinetis Design Studio, so my very early tutorials do not apply to the current tools any more. Should I reset and reboot myself? Update or rewrite articles (would be many!)? Luckily, I don’t have to! At the Freescale Technology Forum (FTF) in Austin this week, I have met a solution for my problem:
Say ‘hello’ to Manya 🙂
You know: the interns always can do the cool and fun stuff, right? At FTF I met Manya Rastogi, and she is an intern at Freescale in Austin/TX. I asked Manya if she could put up a diary documenting her internship as a guest blogger, and she agreed :-). I will let her introducue herself, and she will start posting soon. I’m very excited about that: It will give me a new fresh perspective and adds new content to McuOnEclipse for beginners and everyone else. Problem solved :-).
Follow Manya under the following blog tag: Manya’s Diary.
Hello Manya, and welcome 🙂