Manuel has a degree in Electronic Engineering at the University of LaSalle Bajio. He was honored as a member of the University’s Academy of Mathematics. He has been working as an embedded software engineer for many years, writing firmware for bare metal custom boards, developing from hardware drivers to user-space libraries. He is a regular professor in universities across the country and enjoys participating in projects from its early stages collaborating in areas of hardware, industrial design, and manufacturing. He currently works for Honeywell as firmware architect in Mexico.

Round-robin or RTOS for my embedded system

Manuel Herrera June 9, 20196 comments

First of all, I would like to introduce myself. I am Manuel Herrera. I am starting to write blogs about the situations that I have faced over the years of my career and discussed with colleagues.

To begin, I would like to open a conversation with a dilemma that is present when starting a project ... must I use or not any operating system?

I hope it helps you to form your own criteria and above all that you enjoy it.

Does my embedded system need an...


Re: Embedded Systems Engineer Interview Questions

Reply posted 7 months ago (06/07/2019)
I found very useful to not go right away to asking the classical technical/academic questions but go over their resume, paying special attention to projects the...

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