Date: Tuesday, 18 June 2013 10:00AM
Location: Munk Conference Room IGPP
Martz Lab ARM Processor Development
Come hear about the Martz Lab development work on a new data acquisition system using ARM processors. They have a near-final revision of a working controller based on an ARM Cortex-M4.
A number of groups are looking forward or are already working with ARM processors as a replacement for the ubiquitous Persistor CF2. There are plans to put together a repository to share electronic designs and code across Scripps. The Scripps Webgroup is currently testing a commercial GitHub from Atlassian (Stash, bitbucket.org is the hosted version of this). Atlassian offers features such as issue tracking and project management modules that work nicely together (https://www.atlassian.com/software).
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