Posted 19th June 2020, By Quentin D
In this final part of his blog, Quentin explains the final part of the process: submitting your changes to the Linux Maintainers.
Posted 5th June 2020, By Quentin D
In his second 'Contributing to the Linux kernel' blog, Quentin looks at finding something to fix, coding and committing changes.
Posted 29th May 2020, By Hugh J
FPGA development should be enjoyable but when bugs slip through the net, it can be a headache to find them later on. Hugh looks at a few of the plugins available for Jenkins to enable you to ...more
Posted 6th May 2020, By Tom J
Maintaining a neat and tidy desk is something many of us are familiar with. Doing the same for your FPGA repository can be slightly more challenging. Tom reviews 3 approaches with Vivado, capturing ...more
Posted 1st May 2020, By Quentin D
Are you thinking about contributing to the Linux kernel? Let's have a look at how our internal 'Linux Maintainers Group' does it with Quentin's detailed guide! In Part 1 of his blog, Quentin explains ...more
Posted 9th April 2020, By Kris D
So you’ve got a project that needs both low and high-level interfacing. Perhaps it requires the use of multiple sensors or inputs to determine an output or reaction.
Initial thoughts might send you ...more
Posted 18th March 2020, By Simon H
We recently used the Raspberry Pi as the basis of an Industrial IoT proof of concept. Here Simon reviews the benefits of this approach and why it was suitable for this instance.
Posted 21st January 2020, By Tom J
As supporters of good engineering practice we provide guidance, coaching, training and, as for all our engineers, design reviews across all projects. This guidance and support is aimed at ...more