Monthly Archives: November 2014

Compile-Time Polymorphism

Let’s say we have a peripheral, like an accelerometer, connected via an SPI bus. Then let’s say we have to different embedded projects that make use of this same chip, implemented on two different microcontrollers. Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to write the accelerometer communication code once, keep a low runtime overhead that […]

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Basic Pointers

I saw this question on reddit, and decided to help. It’s a little more fundamental than I usually blog about, but I thought it might help someone one day who only seen the abstractions that high-level languages present to us, never the nitty-gritty underneath. So as a beginner programmer the line of code: int *pApples […]

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