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Diving into JTAG - Usage Scenarios (Part 5)

In previous articles, we have considered the primary uses of JTAG, including debugging and testing boards in production. For firmware developers, the first - debugging - is the most common. In this article, I want to look at two uses of JTAG Boundary Scan, which are also common tasks for a firmware developer: board bring-up and reverse engineering. Like Interrupt? Subscribe to get our latest posts straight to your inbox.

Modern Ways to Conduct Inspections: Everything You Should Know

In today's fast-paced world, efficiency is key. Whether you're running a business, managing a project, or ensuring compliance, inspections are an integral part of maintaining standards and quality. However, traditional inspection methods can be time-consuming and resource-intensive. Fortunately, modern technology has revolutionized the way inspections are conducted, making them more efficient and effective than ever before.

Tracealyzer v4.9 Now Available

Tracealyzer version 4.9.0 is now available for download. Installation on Linux has been greatly simplified. A new “standalone” installation package includes everything needed to run the software. Linux users no longer need to install dependencies like Mono or libgconf to use Tracealyzer. An updated new installation guide is provided for Linux users, that is much shorter than before. New users are up and running in a few minutes.

6 Strategies for Businesses Planning to Utilize the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) is redefining business operations across various sectors, offering unprecedented connectivity and data insights. This technology integrates sensors and devices into everyday objects, enabling them to send and receive data over the internet. As industries look to harness the power of IoT to enhance operational efficiency and decision-making, it becomes imperative to adopt strategic measures for successful integration. This guide outlines six key strategies to help businesses effectively utilize IoT technology.

Practical Zephyr - West workspaces (Part 6)

In the previous articles, we used freestanding applications and relied on a global Zephyr installation. In this article, we’ll see how we can use West to resolve global dependencies by using workspace applications. We first explore West without even including Zephyr and then recreate the modified Blinky application from the previous article in a West workspace.

Major Improvements For Linux Users In Tracealyzer v4.9

Installation on Linux has been greatly simplified in the upcoming Tracealyzer v4.9. The installation package now includes everything needed to run the software. Linux users no longer need to install dependencies like Mono or libgconf. Instead, a native Linux binary is provided (for x86-64) with the Mono runtime integrated. Most other dependencies have been replaced or removed. You are up and running in a few minutes. We have also spent a lot of time improving the overall user experience on Linux.

Making Sense of Your IoT data with AWS and MetricFire

The Internet of Things (IoT) is all the rage these days, and for good reason. It lets us connect all sorts of devices to the internet, opening up a world of possibilities. However, managing all those devices and the data they generate can be a challenge. That's where AWS and MetricFire come in. AWS offers a robust suite of cloud services called AWS IoT that makes it easy to develop and manage IoT applications. MetricFire is a platform that helps you monitor your AWS services, including your IoT devices.

Embedded Open Source Summit 2024 Recap

April marked the return of the Embedded Open-Source Summit, this year in Seattle. I was lucky enough to be able to attend and split my time between the Memfault booth in the exposition hall and many of the captivating presentations. Since the videos have just been published on the the Linux Foundation’s YouTube account, we thought it would be a good time to highlight some of the talks and give you a quick summary which will, hopefully, inspire you to go watch them!