Yes. I develop in Objective-C so that's not a big deal. Embedded
development seems to be mostly in C which also isn't a problem.
The problem with my project seems to be with picking and choosing the
appropriate components and chips and subsequently designing a board to hold
them. There are many combinations and not all of them work together.
On Saturday, September 17, 2016, Dustin Puryear <dpury...@puryear-it.com>
> Isn’t Objective C used for iPhone stuff?
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> That sounds like an interesting project. I am not sure how many systems
> development people hang around here, but objective c people are probably
> pretty hard to find in these parts.
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