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- KurzbeschreibungIt all started at Microsoft&8217;s European Mobile and Embedded Developers Conference (MEDC Europe) 2006 in Nice, France. At this event, I saw the .NET Micro Framework presented for the first time in a session by Jonathan Kagle and Lorenzo Tessiore. As a .NET programmer for desktop and smart device applications, I was impressed by the idea of being able to program embedded microcontrollers with my everyday development tool and programming language: Microsoft Visual Studio and C. I got a CD with the not-yet-released .NET Micro Framework SDK 1.0 from Lorenzo after the presentation; the emulator it included was not customizable and was built specifically for the Sumo Robot contest that took place at the conference. The contest&8217;s goal was to program a Sumo robot (a small robot supporting the .NET Micro Framework) with Visual Studio and C so that it was intelligent enough to react to sensor input and push an enemy from the battlefield. Instead of going to the beach in Nice in the evening, I stayed in my hotel room and tweaked the software development kit&8217;s (SDK&8217;s) emulation mechanism to launch my own emulator. My first emulator just indicated the activity of a general purpose input/output (GPIO) port on the emulator&8217;s user interface using a check box. This allowed me to write my first .NET Micro Framework application, which toggled a GPIO port, and run it on my first emulator.
- AutorJens Khner
- Ausgabe2nd ed.
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