A 2011 survey of embedded systems developers reveals detailed information on
embedded developers' tools and work environment, applications targeted, methods
and processes used, operating systems used, brands and chips used and being
considered for adoption, issues being confronted and demographics. Many
questions in this survey have been trended over five years, resulting in a rich
dataset that represents respondents from across the embedded industry and provides
a deep analysis to track key changes in the electronics industry.
The raw data for this study is also available for
$450.00 USD; it provides online access to the application and the SPSS data map
(on request) which was used to compile all the results. With a subscription to
EE Times Confidential, a 30 percent discount will be applied to the Embedded
Study or the raw data.
With every hacker/maker I know working with more fringe languages like Python, Ruby, and the like, I am shocked that plain old "C" is still at the top of the list. Also, it's nice to see assembly at #3. Assembly is my forte, I'm surprised I never found a job writing it in the past. I am also annoyed that all my past jobs had me learn some sort of esoteric language at their whim, to look like a leading edge company, when the entire industry is still working in C.
Such is the times, I suppose. Everyone is hustling.
What makes this movie stand out from the typical high school sports story is that the teenagers are undocumented immigrants, and the big game is a NASA-sponsored marine robotics competition. Like many other Hollywood movies, however, Spare Parts only tells part of the story. What the film shows -- and doesn’t show -- raises important issues affecting STEM education in the US.
Instead of sifting through huge amounts of technical data looking for answers to assembly problems, engineers can now benefit from 3M's new initiative -- 3M Assembly Solutions. The company has organized its wealth of adhesive and tape solutions into six typical application areas, making it easier to find the best products to solve their real-world assembly and bonding problems.
Load dump occurs when a discharged battery is disconnected while the alternator is generating current and other loads remain on the alternator circuit. If left alone, the electrical spikes and transients will be transmitted along the power line, leading to malfunctions in individual electronics/sensors or permanent damage to the vehicle’s electronic system. Bottom line: An uncontrolled load dump threatens the overall safety and reliability of the vehicle.
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