Collaborative Writing Experiment: What are your favorite Embedded Systems Online Resources?
Edit 22/05 - Wow, this went better than expected. I will try submitting this blog post to Reddit/ece and see if we can get a few more interesting links before I close the document. Thanks to everyone who contributed!
Edit 28/05 - The document is now closed to editing. If there is a link that you would like to see added, please use the comment system at the end of this blog. Thanks to all who participated!
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This could end up badly, but I am too curious to see where it leads, so let's give it a try.
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I got my start by reading comp.dsp some years ago, so naturally I am excited to found out that many of that same crew are involved with showing up over here and on some of the engineering subreddits!
Hi Rick Lyons and Robert Bristow-Johnson and everyone else, except E. Bob Tisdale! :) :) :)
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