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Can someone suggest a book to start with?

Posted by Zhibin Zhang on July 17, 2008
Can someone suggest a book to start with? related to FreeRTOS and STM32?

RE: Can someone suggest a book to start with?

Posted by JMR on July 18, 2008
I don't think there's a book out there that is this specific.
However the online help for FreeRTOS is quite good and the demo programs well enough documented to get started.

RE: Can someone suggest a book to start with?

Posted by Warren Buckles on July 18, 2008
A book would be great - I'm sure Mr. Barry is hard at work on it (right?).

Of course, there would have to be a publisher out there, one willing to pay for his time.
Since they aren't in business for their health, they would only do this if they could get a reasonable return on the investment.
I don't know if this will happen.

Meanwhile, I suggest an investment of $35 in the compiled help file version of the site documentation. Pick up the demo task and trace through the code, using the documentation (and plenty of books on C) as a key. Not only will you get a better understanding of FreeRTOS but you will get much insight into C programming while helping to keep the FreeRTOS site going.


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