John R. Malin was an early pioneer in using IBM-PC’s to develop embedded software for x86-based embedded devices in the mid-’80s and a former Microsoft MVP for 11 years. Over the past 30 years, John has worked with a number of embedded operating systems starting with VRTX, Nucleus, PharLap, ThreadX, Windows CE, XP Embedded, and .NET Micro Framework. He has also co-authored a number of articles, white papers covering embedded development, and the book Real-Time Development from Theory to Practice. John is a co-founder of Annabooks, LLC and has a BS and MS in Solid State Physics from Case Western Reserve University.
Rancho Mirage, CA
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