Events

  • May 10, 2014

    On experiences: a new series of blog posts

    I was thinking that in order to better learn things I do I should probably write about things I do. I thus decided to start a new category of blog posts named/tagged “WorkExperience“. Enjoy

  • May 08, 2014

    So it’s been three months..

    It’s been three months since I dived the functional world, writing software using Scala and other technologies developed by the folks at TypeSafe. As i said previously, I’ve learnt most of my Scala through the progfun course on coursera, butContinue reading

  • May 04, 2014

    Miosix 2.0 code size

    If you’ve tried the new Miosix 2.0 recently, you may have noticed that compiling an hello world without tweaking the build options results in a code size of around 90KB for the kernel plus the hello world program. This appears to be a big step up with respect to Miosix 1.6, but is due to […]

  • May 04, 2014

    Miosix 2.0 code size

    If you’ve tried the new Miosix 2.0 recently, you may have noticed that compiling an hello world without tweaking the build options results in a code size of around 90KB for the kernel plus the hello world program. This appears to be a big step up with respect to Miosix 1.6, but is due to […]

  • April 23, 2014

    Conferenza FPGA e Open Source

    Giovedì 15 Maggio il POuL organizza un incontro dedicato alla scoperta dei Field Programmable Gate Array e degli strumenti che ne semplificano la programmazione. L'evento è rivolto a chi vuole approfondire la conoscenza delle tecnologie che mettono a stretto contatto hardware e software e non sono richieste particolari conoscenze pregresse sulla programmazione di FPGA. L'incontro si svolgerà nell'aula C.I.1 dalle 16.15 alle 19.15. Warning: L'evento è totalmente gratuito e non necessita di iscrizione. Potete trovare il materiale e i video della conferenza su questa pagina. Programma: FPGA: tra passato e futuro dei sistemi riconfigurabili Il framework PandA: software libero per la programmazione di FPGA