And I’ve been doing this for a while and it works really well. Thanks again for all of your vision and tireless effort you’ve spent in this arena. EU:Well, first off, thank you for using Raspberry Pi in your classes. People forget that the work we do ourselves is dwarfed by the work the community does on top of the platform. http://www.theactproject.com/medicalinterviewpreparation/2016/09/22/the-growing-challenges-in-locating-root-factors-of-interview-for-physician/If there are specific things that we’ve not documented well then please let us know via the contact address on the website: I’m aware that some of the “ARM local” peripherals (timers, mailboxes, interrupt routing) mapped above 0x40000000 that we added between BCM2835 and BCM2836/7 aren’t as well documented as the rest of the system (for which the venerable “BCM2835 Peripheral Specification” PDF remains valid). Although a bunch of people have figured it out from our Linux kernel sources, we should probably do something about that. One of the most-grumbled-about aspects of the Pi — the closed VideoCore firmware — actually makes it a very benign environment for bare-metal programming, because the ARM comes out of reset with the SDRAM and video system up and running and your code pre-loaded at address zero. Imperial College do a fantastic bare-metal competition for their first year students each year, that James and Gordon have been involved in judging. The bare-metal Starfox clone with ARM software rasterization is an all-time favorite. Your move from software to chip design by ralph.corderoy How did your move from software to chip design of a graphics processor (that had an ARM added on to become the Pi) come about? Do you think more coders, especially those adept at assembler, should cross the bridge to Verilog and VHDL?
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