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So I read the book now what?

Posted by David Harper on February 15, 2011
I have finished reading the freertos book and it was great. Now i have to learn how to use it effectively. Currently I am developing a new engine controller and I just don't know how to start.

Are there any good references on system design using an RTOS or freeRTOS specifically? I seem to be able to find tons of information on what a RTOS is, how a RTOS works, and even how to make your own RTOS.

Any help would be appreciated!

RE: So I read the book now what?

Posted by MEdwards on February 15, 2011
A sort of "RTOS Design Patterns" book would be neat. Agreed.

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