Embedded Development

FPGA dev boards

An FPGA Developer’s Guide to Cheap Development Boards https://www.hackster.io/news/an-fpga-developer-s-guide-to-cheap-development-boards-8f1782bb271a Finally, a detailed and all-encompassing guide for those of us with an addiction to buying new FPGA development boards. Joel Williams’ list starts off by outlining the criteria that he looks for in an FPGA development board. He makes the great point to consider what peripherals

Nasty Linux PPPD vulnerability

This looks like a nasty vulnerability. It seems that a newly found critical 17-years-old remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability could open nearly all popular #Linux based operating systems and many embedded devices to remote hackers. Many widely-used Linux distributions have already been confirmed impacted. Hacker news writes: The US-CERT today issued advisory warning users of

Arduino Pro IDE (alpha preview) with advanced features

https://blog.arduino.cc/2019/10/18/arduino-pro-ide-alpha-preview-with-advanced-features/ Arduino has a new interesting looking IDE coming. Now in Alpha version. The Arduino Pro IDE is a completely new Development Environment for Arduino Programming based on Arduino CLI, Eclipse Theia Open Source IDE and Electron framework. The Arduino Pro IDE promises to bring new features for advanced users whilst retaining continuity with the

AI/ML in microcontrollers

Zach Shelby from ARM tells in this article that we can already run meaningful machine learning inference on Cortex-M equivalent microcontroller hardware. How we can utilize that in our future hacks? https://blog.hackster.io/embedded-ml-for-all-developers-1f000ccdaddd I saw Zach Shelby few months ago telling how to do that in conference, tried one demo myself and talked him in person.