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  • Title Practical Guide to Bare Metal C++
  • Author(s) Alex Robenko
  • Publisher: GitBook; eBook (Creative Commons Licensed)
  • License(s): CC BY-NC-SA 4.0
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  • Language: English
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Book Description

This book delivers a highly practical guide to programming real-time embedded microcontroller systems in C++. It describes where Bare Metal systems are used, those aspects that differentiate them from more standard systems, and how they can be designed and programmed. It will help someone to get started with using C++ in embedded bare metal development.

"Once in a while I encounter a question whether C++ is suitable for embedded development and bare metal development in particular. There are multiple articles of how C++ is superior to C, that everything you can do in C you can do in C++ with a lot of extras, and that it should be used even with bare metal development. However, I haven't found many practical guides or tutorials of how to use C++ superiority and boost development process compared to conventional approach of using ā€œCā€ programming language. With this book I hope to explain and show examples of how to implement soft real time systems without prioritising interrupts and without any need for complex real time task scheduling."

About the Authors
  • Alex Robenko is a Software Engineer at Leica Geosystems. He is experienced with C++ STL and BOOST libraries as well as latest C++11 standard and participated in developing safety and mission critical embedded systems.
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