Applying C For The IoT With Linux (I/O Press)
Wednesday, 05 June 2019

This is the book you need if you are programming for Single Board Computers (SBCs) that run Linux, or if you do any coding in C that interacts with the hardware. As there isn’t a good name for this body of knowledge, it isn’t easy to find a single source for it. In this book author Harry Fairhead gathers together all of these low-level, hardware-oriented and often hardware-specific ideas.

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This is a moderately advanced book. This is not to say that it is difficult, but it does presuppose that you already know how to program in C and that you know the basic idioms of C.

Author: Harry Fairhead
Publisher: I/O Press
Date: May 2019
Pages: 332
ISBN: 978-1871962611
Print: 1871962617
Kindle: B07SH923YX
Audience: C programmers
Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Category: C/C++ and Hardware platforms

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  • Making a program run automatically
  • Working with user-mode Linux
  • Integer arithmetic
  • Fixed-point arithmetic
  • Floating-point arithmetic
  • Files and the pseudo file system
  • Dev/mem file and memory-mapped files
  • Working with raw memory
  • Sockets
  • Building a web client and a server
  • Graphics
  • Multi-tasking using Pthreads
  • Locking, using mutex and condition variables
  • Scheduling
  • Poll and threading
  • Managing cores
  • C11’s atomics, memory models and barriers
  • Mixing assembler with C

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ISBN: 978-1593278182
Print: 1593278187
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Rating: 5
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Pages: 424
ISBN: 978-0521766456
Print: 0521150183
Kindle: B00N4PLZ5C
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