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For several years now, the microprocessor manufacturing world has been coming to grips with the fact that Moore’s law no longer governs the rate at which we are able to shrink transistors in size. This has led to researchers worldwide rushing to find the next big advancement in how microprocessors will be made, and a team of engineers at MIT may have come up with a solution using carbon nanotubes. This is a big deal as carbon nanotubes are much cheaper, environmentally friendly, and faster ...
I have decided to write about the usage of Raspberry pi as both wireless programmer/debugger and tool for automated testing for Cortex-M MCUs. There are few articles and tutorials but still, this topic's online coverage is rather poor considering its usefulness. Please consider this as more of an inspiration than complete tutorial.   You can use any Raspberry Pi as a standalone programmer/debugger plus also write debugging script which can do some form of low-level automated testing.  ...

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