This is the second (and final) part of my series on ACME and pyacmegraph. For the 1st post, see here: ACME and pyacmegraph – part 1 / 2 In this post I will detail pyacmegraph features and functioning.
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A couple of weeks ago, we made public the ‘pyacmegraph’ tool that might interest you if you use our ACME probes for power management study or debug. This tool handles ACME probes data capture and display, with some fancy features added. Simply put, it’s an easy to use tool that aims at getting the best […]
We still have some open seats into our end-of-January training session on Android development! In this training, you will get familiar with compiling and booting Android. You will also learn how to adapt it to support a new embedded board. You will build a complete system, see how to access specific hardware components, customize the file-system and use […]
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