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Bandit Gangwere

  • 30+ years’ experience in hard real-time embedded systems
  • Over 40+ years programming experience
  • Wide breadth of experience in tools, systems, etc
  • My stuff works. All the time. Every time
  • I control hardware and schlep bits

I have worked on a wide variety of projects, from toys to NASA sounding rockets. I have extensive experience in basically every common microcontroller, development environment, and language. I am a C expert, with over 1 million LOC. I care about Systems Engineering processes, and will bring the INCOSE process, scaled appropriately, to a project without one. I have been a consultant, engineer, teacher, and researcher. As an embedded systems engineer, I’ve been the one responsible for defining requirements, MPU selection, architecture, design, and much more. I am proficient in firmware (RTOS and Bare-Metal) and have written over 100 device drivers for peripherals and custom hardware.

I have brought projects from the brink of death to completion, rescued those doomed to fail, and brought order to the chaos left in the wake of another engineer.

I have worked closely with every part of the embedded systems industry, from processor manufacturers through to OEMs and ODMs. 

Using a Command Line Interpreter for developing and manufacturing embedded systems

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A Command Line Interpreter (CLI) is a very useful tool for both development and system monitoring. Issues/topics include:

  • 1: What is a Command Line Interpreter (CLI)?2: Why and How to use CLIs in embedded systems.
  • 2a: Using a CLI for writing device drivers
  • 2b: Using a CLI in bare-metal systems
  • 2c: Using a CLI in RTOS systems.
  • 3. CLI Architecture
  • 4: Production testing with a CLI
  • 5: Using different input sources
  • 5a: Serial port
  • 5b: Ethernet socket
  • 5d: Scripts

By popular demand, here's a zip file for the Arduino CLI:
https://embeddedonlineconference.s3.amazonaws.com/eoc/files/arduino_cli_mega_9Apr22.zip

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Live Q&A - Using a Command Line Interpreter for developing and manufacturing embedded systems

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Live Q&A with Bandit Gangwere for the theatre talk titled Using a Command Line Interpreter for developing and manufacturing embedded systems

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