Happy Holidays, Netburnians! We hope that as the holiday season comes to a close and we face the beginning of another year, that you're able to take a minute, look back, and sigh with contentment on the accomplishments achieved and lessons learned. As we hunker down and prepare to spend time with friends and family, we would love to share some holiday reading material. This month, we give a rundown of what FPGAs are, how they work, and what they are used for. We also address some tricks of the trade for embedded systems engineers who find themselves dipping their toes into web development.

On another note, please be aware that our offices will be closed from December 24th to January 1st as we celebrate the holidays. We look forward to seeing you next year!

Learn to use FPGAs: Rule the World

The power and flexibility of FPGAs should not be underestimated. Never fear though! In this article, we set the stage for this technology, explaining what it is, how it works, and how they can help you speed up your design process. If you've ever been curious about whether or not FPGAs might be a good fit for your next project, this is the place to start.

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The more embedded systems saturate the fabric every day life, the greater is the expectation that they are accessible and easy to use. One way to address this is to have network enabled devices serve up a web interface. For embedded engineers that don't happen to have a front-end developer on hand, this can require delving into foreign territory. If this happens to be you, we've put together a list of frameworks and tools that are suitable for web development (and debugging) on embedded systems.
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