The Target Communication Framework (TCF) is a vendor-neutral, lightweight, extensible network protocol for communicating with
embedded systems. TCF is designed to transparently plug in value-adding servers between the tool and the target. But even without the value adds, the protocol has the potential to unify many currently independent communication links, thus saving resources and making setup and configuration much easier than in current embedded development scenarios. In this talk we will give an overview of the TCF architecture and provide examples that demonstrate its potential for facilitating development.
The presentation is aimed at embedded Linux developers as well as remote tools integrators.
Senior Software Engineer, Me, Myself and I
Anna Dushistova has been working on tools for embedded Linux since 2004. She is a committer on the Eclipse Target Management and Eclipse Target Communication Framework projects. Anna holds a PhD in Mathematics from Moscow State University.
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