@Max the Magnificent: at the recent ARM Tech conference in the Silicon Valley, they gave away these books along with a cool back pack! But I would love to get the PDF versions, so I will visit the webinar archive...
Dr. MP Divakar
Apparently there was a bug in the distribution system -- but the folks at Micrium say that they are emailing out PDF copies of the book to everyone who took (or will take, in the case of the On-Demand version of the conference) the survey -- regards -- Max
Don't worry -- I'll alert the folks in charge -- this must have been a small glitch -- no one else (that I'm aware of) has mentioned any problems). Can you email me at max@CliveMaxfield.com with your real name and email address and we'll sort this out for you -- Max
I was only able to get the uC/OS-III book, which I already had in hard cover anyway, but not the uTCP/IP book which dearly would have loved. Did the survey, browsed the contents but the TCP/IP book was not added to the virtual briefcase.
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