Just checking the health of the microcontroller. The speed is 9600, I did not come across this fact in the instructions for the firmware :)
It looks like I managed to go back to the old version of SDK (2.1.0). Along the way, I found out that a PUYA 1MB flash P23Q80H was soldered on the board, which can operate at a frequency of 80 MHz with x4 data transfer and I learned how to set the UART speed on the board to 115200.
Time to try simple multitasking for FreeRTOS, let it be classic ticks counting in two threads.🙂
Since each hemisphere of the human brain controls its own half of the body, we easily get the simplest multitasking: the left hand makes two strikes, during the same time interval the right hand makes three strikes😉
Why do you say that? You probably *can* use the #Arduino IDE if that's your cup of tea, but you most definitely do not need it.
Anyone with a minimum of embedded experience will likely be using the native toolchains (or #NodeMCU).
I feel comfortable with NONOS SDK and Vim as IDE and am very glad that I have almost 10 times more memory than under the RTOS.
So you caught me, I just didn't think about it :) The closest thing I found was some kind of Russian version: "Если тебя один раз назвали лошадью, посмейся, если два раза назвали лошадью, то задумайся, если тебя в третий раз назвали лошадью, то становись под седло", but I think that the original was in Yiddish.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko