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Michael Barr is a leading authority on the design of embeddedcomputer systems. He has provided expert testimony in court, appearedon the PBS show "American Business Review", and been quoted innewspaper articles. Barr is also the author of more than fortytechnical articles, co-author of the "Embedded Systems Dictionary",and a founder of EmbeddedGurus.net. For three and a half years heserved as editor-in-chief of Embedded Systems Programming magazine.Mr. Barr also founded Netrino, LLC. The firm helps product companiesdevelop embedded software faster in three ways: by teaching bestpractices, by consulting with system designers, and by outsourcingfirmware implementation. Netrino's engineers have designed ordeveloped software that runs millions of products worldwide, fromconsumer electronics to medical devices.Anthony Massa has over a decade of experience in embedded softwaredevelopment. He has worked on the architecture and development ofsoftware for several products in use today, including satellite andcable modems, wireless radios, set-top boxes, and head-endtransmission equipment. Anthony has written several articles inleading software development magazines focusing on embedded softwaredevelopment and is author of the book Embedded SoftwareDevelopment with eCos.Anthony is Chief Engineer of Software at Elintrix(http://www.elintrix.com), a provider of wireless networked and signalprocessing products. He holds a dual B.S./B.A. degree in electricalengineering from the University of San Diego.
Anthony Massa has over a decade of experience in embedded software development. He has worked on the architecture and development of software for several products in use today, including satellite and cable modems, wireless radios, set-top boxes, and head-end transmission equipment. Anthony has written several articles in leading software development magazines focusing on embedded software development and is author of the book Embedded Software Development with eCos.Anthony is co-founder and Chief Engineer of Software at Elintrix (http://www.elintrix.com), a provider of wireless networked and signal processing products. He holds a dual B.S./B.A. degree in electrical engineering from the University of San Diego.
Very good book to introduce or reintroduce engineers and software into embedded development. The only issue is with the board that they chose, since it is no longer readily... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jorge Bermudez
This is a good starting point for those interested in embedded systems development. Has the right amount of overview and detail for beginners.Published 19 months ago by C. Bruce
Good material, my current class required this book and having in on my kindle was a pleasure. It is hard to get this in hard copy at a decent price.Published 22 months ago by Amazon Customer
I particularly like the way how the book is written. It's good to see some of the fundamentals of embedded system are put together.Published on October 24, 2011 by Yuanwei Lao
This book is too tightly bound to the development kit. If you don't want to buy that kit, then you're sort reduced to reading the book and hoping it sinks in.Published on January 28, 2011 by Broadmeadow
Embedded system requires very diversified skillsets and I don't believe all of them can be covered in one book. Read morePublished on March 23, 2009 by Soon Yau Cheong
If you are just getting into embedded systems and you want to understand the myriad of interacting concepts, this book is a good start. Read morePublished on May 6, 2008 by Vincent Socci