Embedded Software Development with eCos
by Anthony J. Massa
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR 2002
Number of pages: 399
The book shows developers and managers the advantages of using eCos -- the Embedded Configurable Operating System from Red Hat - over proprietary or commercial embedded operating systems. As an Open Source solution, eCos provides a low-cost, royalty free option for embedded software development.
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