[sdiy] Programming Language Recommendation

Jay Schwichtenberg jschwich53 at comcast.net
Wed Dec 9 21:55:02 CET 2020

A lot depends on the 'scope' of the project.

I've worked on embedded projects that range from a NXP KL02 (about 1/8" 
sq) 32K flash, 4K RAM to dual Xeons running sripped down Linux with 
tera-bytes of RAM (server platform not doing server stuff).

Going to use different environments and tools for each of them.

If I absolutely have to I'll use assembly language but hardly ever have 
to do that now. Mainly look at in the debuggers to see how optimized the 
code is and see what's going on in peripherals to debug them.

Jay S.

On 12/8/2020 12:16 AM, Spiros Makris wrote:
> Nowadays programming is part of what I do for a living, so it has to 
> be a bit faster to develop and easier to handle. I have settled with 
> C++ on my embedded projects and didn't have any problems so far. I 
> don't want to use assembly ever again, but the experience of learning 
> it was indeed valuable and wholly recommended for anyone trying to get 
> into this field on a professional or academic level.
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