Breaking the barrier between embedded devices and applications

Breaking the barrier between embedded devices and applications

Date: Oct 02, 2013

There is a divide between embedded devices and applications for developers. Embedded devices are getting to be more like a microcomputer, and assembly languages may not be necessary to work in today's embedded space. Artyom Astafurov , senior vice president at DataArt, explains why it is important to break down the barrier between applications and embedded in this video clip.

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