Human since 1982 claims
“Human since 1982 have the copyright to works displaying digital time using a grid arrangement of analog clocks…”
I’m not a lawyer, but without obligations (imho) I have removed the content.
Thanks for understanding,
Posted in 3D Printing, ARM, Boards, Building, Clocks Tool, Cortex, CPU's, Debugging, Eclipse, Embedded, FreeRTOS, gcc, Laser, Laser Cutter, LPC, LPC, LPC845-BRK, MCUXpresso, MCUXpresso IDE, MCUXpresso SDK, NXP, Pins Tool, SDK, Shell, Tips & Tricks, Tutorial, Wood |
Tagged 3D Printing, A Million Times, ARM, arm gcc, Building, ClockClock, Cohesion3D, Debugging, Eclipse, Flash Programmer, FreeRTOS, gnu gcc, KiCAD, laser cutting, LPC, LPC845, LPC845-BRK, MCUXpresso IDE, NXP, RS-485, Segger, software project, SparkFun, StepperClock, SystemView, technology, Ultimaker, X12.017 |
“Amazon FreeRTOS – IoT operating system for microcontrollers”: The announcement of FreeRTOS V10.0.0 was one of the biggest news last week for me. Not only is there now a Version 10, the bigger news is that FreeRTOS is now part of Amazon. Wow! Now this explains why Richard Barry (the founder behind FreeRTOS) was kind of hiding away for about a year: he joined Amazon as a principal engineer about a year ago. I think we all have to wait and see what it means for FreeRTOS.
Amazon FreeRTOS (Source: Amazon Web Site)
Posted in CPU's, Debugging, Eclipse, Embedded, Embedded Components, FreeRTOS, Freescale, KDS, LPC, MCUXpresso, MCUXpresso IDE, MCUXpresso SDK, NXP, Processor Expert, SDK |
Tagged Amazon, ARM, arm gcc, Building, CodeWarrior, Debugging, Eclipse, Embedded Component, FreeRTOS, Freescale, gnu gcc, open source projects, Percepio, Processor Expert, Segger, SystemView, Thoughts, Tracealyzer |
I love working with multi-monitor systems (see “
Go, multiply and detach: Multiple Screens with Eclipse“), as this extends my working area. So I decided a while back to install a multi-monitor system on my home desktop too, as this is such a productivity boost.
multi monitor desktop
But with moving the laptop machine between the display configurations, it happens that an application opens ‘off-screen’, and there is no way to ‘grab’ it with the mouse 😦