The ability to update firmware in the field or over-the-air is a critical component in every embedded system. The complexity and the skills necessary to successfully develop the capability to update firmware in the field are often under-estimated and result in buggy updates or bricked systems. The Bootloader Design Techniques for MCU's Workshop walks engineers through every stage of the bootloader design process and provides hands-on examples and case studies to accelerate the engineers' abilities and allow them to walk away with the skills and knowledge necessary to implement a bootloader on any microcontroller with any communication interface.
Firmware Engineer / FPGA Developer (Inglewood, CA) This is a technical position reporting to the CTO with a supporting role within the Engineering Department. Primary focus is on the amplifier's digital control board based on Xilinx ZYNQ architecture.