Code cleanup on aisle five…
I recently spent two days at work going through projects to clean up compiler warnings. In GNU C, you can enable options such as “-Wall” (all warnings), “-Wextra” (extra warnings) and “-Werror” (warnings as errors). By doing steps like these, the compiler will scream at
I currently make my living doing embedded C programming. I am not quite sure how to define what “embedded” programming is other than to say: you probably don’t have everything you expect.
You often program on systems without file systems, without gigabytes of RAM and without an operating
A few side projects keep me busy during the year. One is doing things for local festivals (show guides, websites, newspaper ads, TV commercials, etc.) and the other is maintaining my haunted house website: www.dmhauntedhouses.com
During October, I visit with all the local haunted attractions to get information from that
Last week I implemented a simple version of CoAP protocol at work, going by the main specification:
CoAP seems to be similar to how a web browser works with a web server: GET some content, POST something back.
A CoAP server could report back the status of various sensors, and
Has anyone out there done any work with CoAP?
And the Observe (subscription) extension proposal:
I am implementing it for my day job for an embedded system. I am doing it from scratch using just the RFC for reference.
I am thinking of doing another implementation (not using