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Embedded development is a huge field with lots of its own peculiarities and strange specifics. As quite a few of us are currently working on embedded projects, we could not ignore embedded development in our posts and articles.

Embedded Development, page 1:

Journaled Flash Storage – Emulating EEPROM over Flash, ACID Transactions, and More. Part II – Existing Implementations by Atmel, SiLabs, TI, STM, and Microchip

Quote: “Whenever a developer is using something named ‘X Emulation over Y’, she may expect that a faithful emulation exhibits the same properties as original (non-emulated) X.”
Another Quote: “Unfortunately, as discussed in detail above, none of five implementations is a really faithful EEPROM emulation.”
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Modified Harvard Architecture: Clarifying Confusion

Abstract: Definition of “Modified Harvard” architecture is confusing and overbroad. Proposed alternatives are “Almost-Harvard” and “Almost-von-Neumann”
Quote: “One thing nobody realised for a while is that the system with the least possible amount of chargebacks is the system which rejects all transactions outright”
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