Embeddedinn is the place where I keep a tab on the technical tinkering and professional work that I do on a day to day basis. It is more of a journal of activities than a full fledged tutorial site. However, I try to put in as many details as possible so that it will benefit others trying to do something similar. Visit the tutorials page to access my in-depth write-ups on various technical topics.

You can also find some more content that I have developed in my youtube channel.





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All posts and data in this site or any of my other publically available work reflects just my personal view points and has nothing to do with my employers at any point in time. Also, information and documents provided on this Web site are provided "as is" without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, including limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and noninfringement.


Recent posts

Test coverage analysis with GCOV

6 minute read

A quick tutorial on using GCOV for test coverage analysis. This will get you started to run analysis on your complex test cases.

UPnP Device Architecture

24 minute read

An article that provides an in-depth understanding about the UPNP protocol and its foundational technologies like HTTP, XML, SOAP etc

USB-3.0

19 minute read

An introduction to the core concepts and building blocks of USB 3.0 device side protocol for those who are aware of USB 2.0

Recent posts

Advanced Shell Scripting

3 minute read

A collection of advanced tips and tricks to create wonderful shell scripts

Test coverage analysis with GCOV

6 minute read

A quick tutorial on using GCOV for test coverage analysis. This will get you started to run analysis on your complex test cases.

UPnP Device Architecture

24 minute read

An article that provides an in-depth understanding about the UPNP protocol and its foundational technologies like HTTP, XML, SOAP etc

USB-3.0

19 minute read

An introduction to the core concepts and building blocks of USB 3.0 device side protocol for those who are aware of USB 2.0