Submitted by JoelSherrill on Thu, 04/22/2010 - 07:24
NASA's recently launched Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO, is returning early images that confirm an unprecedented new capability for scientists to better understand our sun’s dynamic processes. These solar activities affect everything on Earth. As discussed in this blog entry on the launch, the satellite includes five radiation hardened Coldfire processors running RTEMS. The RTEMS Project is proud to be a part of this mission.
Submitted by JoelSherrill on Fri, 04/23/2010 - 10:20
RTEMS is pleased to announce that we received eight (8) student slots this year. In addition, we are pleased that three of the projects involve cooperation with other open source software projects (Go, Parrot, and Milkymist). We had a record number of submissions and we really wanted to accept more. Unfortunately, there has to be a limit. If your project was not accepted this year but you still want to work on it, please do so. We will be happy to mentor you.
Submitted by JoelSherrill on Thu, 04/29/2010 - 11:44
OAR Corporation is proud to announce once again be teaching the Kick Start and Open Class. As RTEMS maintainer, I will once again be teaching these classes. This is the first time these have been offered in 2010. This is an unparalleled opportunity to learn about RTEMS from one of its creators. Both classes are offered in Huntsville, Alabama.