Development Processes

Board to Tears – Supply Chain Woes Hit Embedded Teams Hard

March 18, 2022

Board to Tears – Supply Chain Woes Hit Embedded Teams Hard Featured Categories Our Engineers Security Embedded CI All Categories Recent Posts By: Conrad Magalis & Joe Schneider You’ve been…

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Embedded Command Line Interfaces and why you need them

February 28, 2022

Embedded Command Line Interfaces and why you need them Featured Categories Our Engineers Security Embedded CI All Categories Recent Posts     By: Joe Perrin During the course of development…

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Device Updates: Cut Down Time and Data Usage

July 30, 2021

Have you ever suspected that the way updates are handled on your embedded devices wastes electricity, drives up customer cellular data bills or takes longer than really needed? Let’s look at how device updates have traditionally been done…

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The Case for EmbedOps (Embedded DevOps)

December 8, 2020

From even before the first computer was working, the technology industry has been looking for the best way to write code. Today, as code “eats the world”, the types of…

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Unit Tests: Benefits For Your Automatic Build

November 2, 2020

What are Unit Tests? Unit tests are functions written to test an isolated module in a codebase. Isolation allows for specific modules to be tested without interaction with the rest…

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Is Static Analysis necessary for your Automatic Build

Static Analysis: Is It Necessary for Your Automatic Build?

November 2, 2020

Is This Extra Step Necessary? Static analysis has the potential to become an integral part of your regular development as well as your continuous integration setup. Is it necessary for…

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Design for IoT Security From the Start

September 30, 2020

Security has been a hot topic for IoT devices. It gets the spotlight not only due to the ease of some of the exploits but the ubiquity of their use…

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Nordic DFU Like a Rockstar

September 23, 2020

At Dojo Five, we have a lot of experience with the popular Nordic nRF52 family. It’s a pretty awesome family – low sleep current, a really nice peripheral set, and…

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The Git Cherry-pick and Git Rebase Interactive Combo

September 21, 2020

Version control is necessary, but using it well is an art. Today I am going to give an overview of two Git commands that I found helpful during software development,…

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Artifacts – They’re useful for firmware too!

September 18, 2020

Artifacts. What should you save, and what should you leave? As I am currently working with Gitlab, I’ll be talking a bit about how Gitlab uses them, but it can…

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