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Making Embedded Systems: Design Patterns for Great Software

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Interested in developing embedded systems? Since they don’t tolerate inefficiency, these systems require a disciplined approach to programming. This easy-to-read guide helps you cultivate a host of good development practices, based on classic software design patterns and new patterns unique to embedded programming. Learn how to build system architecture for processors, not ...more
Paperback, 330 pages
Published November 9th 2011 by O'Reilly Media (first published October 1st 2011)
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Karol
Sep 12, 2014 rated it liked it
I really like the author and I'm a big fan of her podcast and the effort that she puts into all of this. She is definitely knowledgable and very experienced in this field. However, I'm not really sure what to think about this book at all. I would consider myself an experienced programmer myself - with 15+ years of experience. I've worked on several embedded projects in the last couple of years already, so I'm quite familiar with all of the constraints that come along with it. I didn't expected a ...more
Jose
May 26, 2012 rated it it was amazing
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I wish this book was around when I started working.
Tim Verstraete
Nov 11, 2017 rated it really liked it
Way, what a nice book ... I already did quite a lot of embedded work so a lot of it was not knew but I still found some interesting views and it was well written. definitely recommended for people starting embedded designs!!! I just would have liked a bit more source code.
Joe Narvaez
Mar 22, 2018 rated it really liked it
Awesome!
chancarello
Apr 15, 2018 rated it really liked it
I wish I had read this book when I started working as an embedded software developer. Great to understand the basics and to become familiar with some advanced concepts.
Siva
Aug 05, 2018 rated it liked it
This has good information spread over several pockets of the book, but overall it was a difficult read.
David
Mar 06, 2017 rated it really liked it
This book was exactly what I was hoping it would be: a completely system-agnostic guide to the general principles of writing software for embedded systems. There is no book (yet) for the microcontroller I'm targeting for my hobby project. Just online documentation.

Being system-agnostic presents an enormous challenge for this book because every topic must be covered in broad strokes and generalities. Ultimately, it's a little frustrating to read because everything's a tease. I'm sure it was doubl
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Ken
Jul 04, 2016 rated it liked it
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A bit lacking in content, might be a good companion to Make: AVR Programming: Learning to Write Software for Hardware for someone looking to take the next steps after learning the Arduino IDE.
Michael
Mar 21, 2013 rated it really liked it
A decent overview from someone with programming experience, but little embedded experience. Not so useful for a complete novice, or anyone with more than about a year of embedded work already under their belt.
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Matt
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A very good introduction
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