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3rd party reviewer for FreeRTOS?

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on February 16, 2007
Hey all,

I've been preparing a presentation on FreeRTOS for a class of mine at a US University. I already sought and received permission to do so (thanks again, Richard) and now I need to send something out for the class to read so they are prepared for my presentation. Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance,

Chris

RE: 3rd party reviewer for FreeRTOS?

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on February 16, 2007
What do you mean "send something out"? Are you looking for printed material?

RE: 3rd party reviewer for FreeRTOS?

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on February 16, 2007
Send something out-- should have been more specific. :)

I need them to read an introduction to the kernel and its functionality. As of now I'm going to have everyone browse the website so that they're prepared for my lecture, however since that (and the source code) is where I draw my lecture from, I'd prefer them to read a review of sorts that someone else has read so as to not steal my own thunder.

Electronic material is what I'm looking for. A *.pdf, a website that reviews it, something. Since it's open source, I'm finding small snippets here and there amongst forums and other such groups, but nothing beyond that.


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