Bad thing about the word "nominate"
Sometimes it means "you have been selected for sure" (e.g. "You have been nominated by the Department to go to this conference.")
Sometimes it means "your name has been put forward, but nothing is official yet" (e.g. "You have been nominated for this position.")
And it's sometimes hard to tell which one they mean
being a non-native speaker means sometimes it takes 15 years for you to get the pun
#embedded people, some advice please:
There's an embedded software project that I would like to run as part of a software simulation rather than in it's real sensor-and-motor-environment. It runs on STM32F4 and STM32F7s. What is the most realistic approach?
- find an ARM MCU emulator and interface my simulation with simulated peripherals
- cross-compile the project and pray I can make the timing of it all work somehow
- Run it on hardware but patch in virtual I/O that runs over USB
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