software engineer specializing in embedded systems development

Re: RTOS vs Bare-Metal

Reply posted 3 years ago (05/02/2018)
There are many fine reasons for using an RTOS.  One very common example is the requirement to support a TCP/IP networking stack.  It's difficult to implement TCP/IP...

Re: RTOS vs Bare-Metal

Reply posted 3 years ago (05/02/2018)
I think "bare-metal" has come to mean "without an RTOS".  That's how you're using it in the question.  But originally I think "bare-metal" was supposed to imply that...

Re: RTOS vs Bare-Metal

Reply posted 3 years ago (05/02/2018)
I disagree with a lot of mirceac's post.  Firstly, yes, there is still bare-metal programming (I just finished a bare-metal embedded project myself.)  And yes,...

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