Free e-book for the ZYNQ FPGA, while this won’t help with the Papilio it is good information for those thinking about getting into the ZYNQ FPGA’s.
This free e-book teaches all about working with the Zynq SoC FPGA, all the way from the “Hello World” basics to asymmetric multiprocessing and the addition of several real-time operating systems (RTOSs). I’m constantly amazed how time manifests its “wibbly-wobbly” nature, as Doctor Who would say. For example, I feel as though I’ve known Adam Taylor for decades — in reality, however, we first came into contact just a couple of years ago… (Cue fuzzy visual effect along with a “going back in time” snippet of music). This all came about shortly after I’d assumed the mantle of “Editor in Chief” at the All Programmable Planet website. Mike Santarini, the editor of Xcell Journal , contacted me to say that a UK engineer called Adam Taylor had written a very interesting article on designing mission-critical state machines, and would I be interested in re-purposing it anywhere. I took a look at the article in Xcell Journal, and it was really good, so I reached out to Adam to ask him if he would care to become a blogger on All Programmable Planet. While we were chatting, we discovered that we had both attended Sheffield Hallam University in England, and we’d even shared some of the same lecturers, although Adam came through 20 years after yours truly. Furthermore, both Adam and I hail from the county of Yorkshire, which is blessed by both Monty Python and the gods. Even though it’s only been a couple of years, Adam and I […]