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Git as Fast as Possible: Reword and Squash

Version control systems are the backbone of any good software development process, so it helps to be familiar with them. At DMC, we typically utilize GitLab and Subversion (SVN)—but occasionally, I’ve had to squash commits together to hav...


S71200/1500 TLS Encryption: How to Secure Your Industrial Network

Factories often think their data is safe within their private networks—but that isn’t necessarily the case. If someone were to gain access to your network, they could potentially read sensitive, internal data being sent from your PLCs. Es...


What You Need to Know About the STM32 System Memory Bootloader

The STM32 system memory bootloader, a ROM bootloader programmed to STM32 devices, is an essential tool—it can easily update devices in the field and “unbrick” boards in some situations. However, there are a few things to consider ab...


DMC to Host IIoT Webinar

DMC is excited to share that we are hosting an upcoming webinar on the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) led by DMC Project Director Patrick Corcoran. There are two opportunities to attend the webinar on May 8 and May 13, 2020. About the Webina...


DMC Comic: Programming Components

Engineers are known for being serious about their work, but we leave plenty of room for laughs. At DMC, we have a fondness for humor of the geeky variety.  Check out this month's comic that was cowritten by DMC project engineer, ...


Unveiling the Power of the Nordic nRF9160 SiP

The nRF9160 is one of the latest product releases from Nordic. I have been having a lot of fun creating user applications with this chip, and wanted to share my experience with this new tool. A Chip That Packs a Punch The nRF9160 is a syst...


A Complete Guide to Planning Your IIoT Solution

IoT or Internet of Things is a "system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals, or people provided with unique identifiers and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-hu...


Trying Out ARM Mbed OS’s New Support for USB Device with Some Retro Hardware

Many products feature USB to facilitate communication between various devices, to transfer files easily, support hardware peripherals or add other features. While working on embedded systems, we have developed a variety of devices that utilize USB in...


4 Tips for Launching a Product on Emerging Cellular Networks

The major cellular network providers (AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile) have launched or are in the process of launching upgrades to their LTE networks that will enable the deployment of millions of new, previously impractical IoT solutions...


An Engineer's Take on Mbed OS 5.14

Mbed OS is an open-source embedded operating system designed for IoT development with Arm processors. It’s a popular RTOS (real-time operating system) at DMC for its modular library structure, giving the ability to use the same API ac...


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