Developing with Open Source Development Tools on Arm Cortex-M Processors

5/22/201910:00am EDT1 hour

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There are a number of great commercial IDEs for developing and debugging on the Cortex-M.  But, how about open-source solutions that won't break the bank?  In this presentation, you will see a completely open-source approach for code development and debugging for the Cortex-M series processors that can be had for the time to download and configure a couple of settings and yet give you the integrated development experience your developers need.

Speaker: Mike Anderson

Bio: Mike Anderson is currently Director of Technology for The PTR Group, LLC. With over 40 years in the embedded and real-time computing industry, Mike works with a number of RTOS offerings for IoT devices. However, his focus over the past decade is primarily embedded Linux on a number of CPU architectures. As an instructor and consultant, Mike is a regular speaker at the Embedded Linux Conference, OpenIoT Summit and the Embedded Systems Conference as well as other Linux and IoT-oriented conferences. Ongoing projects include several efforts focused on migrating applications from RTOS offerings to real-time enhanced Linux platforms. Additional projects include work with mesh wireless topologies, 6LoWPAN, commercial reverse engineering and multiple robotics projects in working with the FIRST Robotics Program in the high schools.