Social forms and institutions no longer have enough time to solidify and cannot serve as frames of reference for human actions and long-term life plans, so individuals have to find other ways to organise their lives. They have to splice together an unending series of short-term projects and episodes that don’t add up to the kind of sequence to which concepts like ‘career’ and ‘progress’ could meaningfully be applied. Zygmunt Bauman

A complete waste of time IMHO.  A company I worked for brought in consultants to teach this stuff and it was obvious that it was designed for molecules and made...
I would direct all your questions to ETAS.  If you are actively using their products then support will be provided.  If you don't have a relationship with ETAS...

Re: Example of a system using design patterns

Reply posted 6 months ago (04/19/2020)
Design patterns haven't figured much into the simple embedded systems I've worked on - a wash machine would fall into that category.  Simple embedded devices are...

Re: Embedded Systems Engineer Interview Questions

Reply posted 1 year ago (06/07/2019)
I concur with almost everything Johan has said - it aligns with my own experience of herding cats.  The comment about doing ZERO dev when the team reaches a certain...
I don't know enough about your equipment to judge your selection of micro but that particular chip is obsolete.  Microchip still sells it however you can buy a...
Assembler allows abstraction from the hardware but it requires more effort.  It is a bit crazy to be using assembler for anything other than speed optimization...
You only need a single timer for multiple uses.  Typically I declare a timer structure with a start var and an elapsed var.  The var type is architecture dependent...

Re: self-learning embedded curriculum

Reply posted 2 years ago (09/19/2018)
Lack of engineering accreditation is not a road block if you are a tenacious self-learner.  Start with an interesting personal project and impress yourself with...

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