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Re: Feb 22 - Day 5 - Microcontrollers & System Considerations
Magallanes   2/22/2013 2:54:06 PM
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I'm a little confused. I've working in this company about 2 years. I've done to many different tasks, so I have not much expirience on developing new products. Now we're development a new mother board for all the products we sell... We´re using a S3C2440 microcontroller and WINCE 6.0 as operative system.

I think we can use a better resources (micro and OS) but I don't know what kind micro and OS can I suggest.... Any ideas of where can I start looking at to see if there are better resources we can use? I mean what kind of micro and operative system could be a better from the ones we're using now?

Any comment would be helpful =)...


P.D. Sorry if my english is not so good. My native lenguage is Spanish



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