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Creating & Testing Your First RTOS Application Using MQX

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Cabe Atwell
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Re: sounds like fun
Cabe Atwell   5/16/2014 5:01:14 PM
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Freescale's MQX platform is an incredible tool for prototyping and works quite well with SBC projects.

mrdon
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Re: sounds like fun
mrdon   4/22/2014 9:37:03 AM
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fdos

Your welcome. If you don't mind, what type of research are you conducting?

mrdon
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Re: sounds like fun
mrdon   4/22/2014 8:55:37 AM
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Rob

Wow, that's great! As you know the Arduino is an awesome electronics prototyping platform for creating wonderful products. I agree it will be alot of fun: l'm definitely looking forward to teaching course.

fdos
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fdos   4/22/2014 4:35:33 AM
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@mrdon: Thank you the great article. It did help a lot for my research work.     

Rob Spiegel
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Rob Spiegel   4/22/2014 12:50:31 AM
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That's great, MrDon. Not sure if you're aware of it, but I'll be your moderator for the week. It shall be fun.

mrdon
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mrdon   4/21/2014 10:22:28 PM
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Rob,

It does sound like a fun course. Speaking of fun, I will presenting a course on the Arduino starting the week of June 9th. The title of the course is called "Make with Arduino" and I will be taking excerpts from my new book titled Make: Basic Arduino Projects. In this course I'll be discussing what the Arduino is, a sketch, and how to get started using it's IDE. I'll be using examples of projects from the web and the book on how to "Make" cool electronic devices using this awesome prototyping tool. 

http://www.amazon.com/Make-Projects-Experiments-Microcontrollers-Electronics/dp/1449360661/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1398132501&sr=8-1&keywords=don+wilcher

Rob Spiegel
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Rob Spiegel   4/18/2014 1:35:37 PM
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Yes, Charles is great. This should be a fun week.

naperlou
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sounds like fun
naperlou   4/18/2014 1:18:35 PM
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Rob, this sounds like a good one.  MQX is a good system.  I have also attended one vendor class given by Mr. Lord and it was well presented.

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