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MicroC/OS-II: The Real-Time Kernel Hardcover – November, 1998
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MicroC/OS II is very much in today's spirit of open-source software. It is rapidly becoming, for real-time embedded systems, what Linux represents for desktops. I also agree with another reader, who points out that the OS is not just a good OS for real-time systems, but a good, _RELIABLE_, OS in general. If only we could get Microsoft to follow LaBrosse's KISS approaches.
My project required an RTOS with more features than the MicroC/OS kernel had to offer but, having read this book, I was in a good position to understand the RTOS I did choose. The fundamental concepts were the same and the notation that Jean Labrosse used in his book to describe RTOS components came in handy when designing my own software system architecture.
This book is an eye opener.
It makes you want to create every project with this RTOS, provided your chip has enough resources.
The best thing about it: The price is right and the secrets are out.
It's all well documented C-source.
You will love it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Book is excellent technical resource for uCOS(which is expected from the author)
The things I did not like are actually related to formatting:
- weird text/font is... Read more
This is an excellent book to quick start development on Micro C OS II. I used this book to learn basics and then done some of the exercises and assignments on Altera FPGA... Read morePublished on August 4, 2012 by Jayesh
This book is very informative. More details than I thought it would be since it is the older version and helped me for my job. Read morePublished on March 22, 2012 by J S
I read this book and communicated with the author as well. I also used to be an engineer with the company where he cut his teeth (Crane Co owns Dynalco). Read morePublished on March 10, 2011 by Legolas
There is no need to further compliment about this book. This is definitely the only or the best book in real-time kernel! The author shows you how to write a kernal from scratch. Read morePublished on December 2, 2009 by S Cheong
I read this book after I have tested TOPPERS/ssp(smallest set profile), which is ITRON smallest set profile, first implementation. Read morePublished on March 19, 2008 by kaizen