AboutAn avid Hiker, Mountaineer, amateur Mountain-Cyclist, experienced Hill-walker, used to play football. Play Harmonica, getting started with Guitar, love playing Synthesizers. A software engineer to fulfill the requirements stated above.
SkillsC, Embedded C, BLE, RF Comms, Linux, RTOS, Networks
Joined devRant on 3/20/2019
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Some of my colleagues realised that I have a devRant account. Of course they peeped into my smartphone screen when I was reading some weird stuff on devRant. They went on to install devRant and uninstall it the next day after realising that it is not 'Tinder of Developers' :D
if(devRant != Tinder.developers()) uninstall;
Wishing Happy Engineers day to all those idiotic-not-so-good-engineers working at Microsoft. Windows 10 is still the biggest horse-shit you'll ever see for an operating system.5
I am working on an embedded system, a microcontroller-based design. The system has an Ethernet port. I am using NetX framework in the microcontroller firmware.
The DHCP Client is executed properly, an IP address is assigned correctly when connected to a router. I connect a laptop to the router using a LAN cable. Then TCP sockets behave the way they should, UDP broadcast behave the way they should. The only issue is, when I connect a Laptop over wireless to the same router UDP broadcast are received on application on Laptop, but data sent is not received on the embedded device.
Any idea why?
Laptop is Windows
Embedded Device: Renesas S7G2, NetX framework.4
So, like always, my Windows 10 machine went into an update today, wasted an hour or so, and now my system crawls.
Microsoft (MajorDaft) do know very well how to screw things up.8