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  • Blog Post: LLILUM roadmap and latest additions

    We just finished pushing several changes that enable multi-threaded applications to work on M3 and M4 Cortex processors, including FP support. We are now supporting System.Threading namespace, on par with NET MF, and also System.Threading.Tasks. We will shortly add cancellation to Tasks and interrupt...
  • Blog Post: LLILUM SDK is now available for Visual Studio 2015

    We published today the first cut of the Llilum SDK for Visual Studio 2015. The build and installation experience is still a bit cumbersome, but you can now build and debug Llium code entirely in Visual Studio 2015. We also started cleaning up the LLVM bitcode generation by providing a managed wrapper...
  • Blog Post: NETMF Applications: Sytech Designs a Heating Project

    One of the key values of .NET is in handling complex projects. This next project is a good example of this. The project is a control system for domestic and industrial underfloor heating. The system allows each room to be defined as a separately controlled zone. Each zone has one or more remote temperature...
  • Blog Post: Canucks at PDC - .NET Micro Framework

    Joey deVilla posted a video with .Net MF Program Manager Jim Mateer at PDC where they talk all about .Net MF and donuts. http://blogs.msdn.com/cdndevs/archive/2008/11/01/canucks-at-pdc-net-micro-framework.aspx
  • Blog Post: Embedded World 2008 Part 2

    The team is just back from another successful Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany. This is our one-year anniversary from our launch at this conference last year. It was good to go back and think about our progress. When we were there a year ago, there were just a few development platforms and no commercial...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft .NET Micro Framework Newsletter - Vol. 1 No. 1

    Reprint of the first .Net Micro Framework newsletter. Subscribe here! Sign up for other newsletters | Unsubscribe | Update your profile Volume 1 Number 1 September 2007 ...
  • Blog Post: Building a Thermostat with the Microsoft .NET Micro Framework

    Tony Pitman from Shatalmic is posting today as a guest contributor. He used the Emulator Temperature sample as a base to write this hardware guide for attaching a SPI temperature sensor to either a iMXS or a Tahoe dev board. Building a Thermostat with the Microsoft .NET Micro Framework By Tony...
  • Blog Post: .NET Micro Framework moves to Asia

    Between our launch in February and now, the .NET Micro Framework team has focused primarily on North America and Europe. This was largely because, as a small team, that was all we could handle well. We have been working with some companies in Taiwan, Korea, and Japan but there were just a few. In Sept...
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