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Manoel Ramon

Intel Galileo and Intel Galileo Gen 2

API Features and Arduino Projects for Linux Programmers
2015. xxii, 680 S. 256 SW-Abb. 254 mm
ISBN: 1-430-26839-5 (1430268395)
Neue ISBN: 978-1-430-26839-0 (9781430268390)

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Intel® Galileo and Intel® Galileo Gen 2: API Features and Arduino Projects for Linux Programmers provides detailed information about Intel® Galileo and Intel® Galileo Gen 2 boards for all software developers interested in Arduino and the Linux platform. The book covers the new Arduino APIs and is an introduction for developers on natively using Linux.

Author Manoel Carlos Ramon is a member of the Intel Galileo development team; in this book he draws on his practical experience in working on the Galileo project as he shares the team´s findings, problems, fixes, workarounds, and techniques with the open source community. His areas of expertise are wide-ranging, including Linux-embedded kernel and device drivers, C/C++, Java, OpenGL, Assembler, Android NDK/SDK/ADK, and 2G/3G/4G modem integration. He has more than 17 years of experience in research and development of mobile devices and embedded circuits. His personal blog about programming is BytesThink (www.bytesthink.com).

Chapter 1: Intel Galileo Intel Galileo Gen 2

Chapter 2: Native Development

Chapter 3: Arduino IDE and the Wiring Language

Chapter 4: New APIs and Hacks

Chapter 5: Networking and Hacks

Chapter 6: Tweeting With REST API 1.1

Chapter 7: Using OpenCV

Chapter 8: Creating a Soil Moisture Sensor

Chapter 9: Home Automation and Dynamic Web

Chapter 10: Power Over Ethernet (PoE)

Chapter 11: Assembling and Controlling a Robotic Arm

Chapter 12: Using an LTE Modem

Appendix A: Intel Galileo I/O and Muxing

Appendix B: Intel Galileo Gen 2 I/O and Muxing

Appendix C: Video Capturing

Appendix D: Picture Grabber
Manoel Carlos Ramon is a Senior Software Engineer at Intel Corporation. Before receiving his education as a software and electrical engineer, he started programming in BASIC with an 8-bit micro-computer when he was eight years old. His current expertise is in assembler, C, C++ and Java for embedded devices. He has deep experience developing device drivers, Android and MIDP/CLDC applications, virtual-machine porting and modem LTE/UTMS integration for mobile phones and tablets. He is happy to be a self-proclaimed "Linux lover forever".