Posted 27th July 2018, By Steven S
We often work on client projects that use the Linux operating system (OS), either as a desktop operating system or on their embedded system. The core of the Linux operating system is the kernel. In ...more
Posted 19th June 2018, By Jon O
Recently I was in discussion with a potential client about the challenges he was having with resourcing one of his projects. His automatic assumption was to approach a contract agency to get one or ...more
Posted 30th May 2018, By Hugh J
This blog has now been updated with the release of VUnit 3.0. Please visit the new blog entry.
Posted 22nd March 2018, By Andy C
Can Continuous Integration, or CI, really make you and your team look awesome? We had a customer visit us recently for a progress meeting. We logged into our Continuous Integration platform and ...more
Posted 22nd February 2018, By Andy C
Within industry, the understanding and use of Continuous Integration, or CI, varies greatly. From no awareness, to “we'd like to be doing that”, to highly integrated solutions to advocates. Here we ...more
Posted 6th February 2018, By Jon O
Providing undergraduates with careers guidance and tips to secure the perfect first job, based on our experience of mentoring students and recruiting new graduates.
Posted 3rd November 2017, By James H
Previous articles have explained one traditional aspect of an RTOS, responsive scheduling. This article details other factors to consider when choosing to use an RTOS.
Posted 26th October 2017, By James H
All real-time operating systems have “gotchas”, even those targeted at critical applications. The most infamous is “priority inversion”. This article outlines what this is and explains how it can ...more