Creating an SWD Adapter for STM32 Development Boards (Part 3)

My adapter boards have arrived! As we discussed in the first two parts, the on-board debugger that comes with most development boards is functional but often offers far less than a professional debugger. We’ve been exploring how we can create an adapter board for the ST Microelectronic development boards that will allow us to use … Continue reading Creating an SWD Adapter for STM32 Development Boards (Part 3)

Tools – Connecting to the IoT with the Electric Imp

Developing embedded software for the internet can be a nightmare. Ethernet chips and peripheral are very complex and require an extraordinary amount of effort and time to configure and setup properly. Driver and example code is usually provided by chip manufacturers but how secure and trustworthy is their code? Simple customizations to the stack can … Continue reading Tools – Connecting to the IoT with the Electric Imp

CEC – Rapid Prototyping Embedded Systems using MicroPython

Course Overview: Embedded system developers are facing challenges that often require a look outside of the box for tools and methodologies that can help quickly prove an idea or concept very rapidly. One of the tools that developers often overlook is the Python programming language. This course will examine how Python can be used for … Continue reading CEC – Rapid Prototyping Embedded Systems using MicroPython

Tips and Tricks – Build an Embedded Workbench for less than $1000

An embedded systems developer looking to build a workbench could spend tens of thousands of dollars on test equipment, development boards and miscellaneous tools. Unfortunately, most equipment just sits on the bench collecting dust and is rarely if ever used. Let’s examine the core tools that every developer needs to build an embedded workbench on … Continue reading Tips and Tricks – Build an Embedded Workbench for less than $1000