If I talk to you about Luis Garabito, Mexican engineer who works at the Freescale's CodeWarrior labs from a very close approach, you might not know what the main point is.
He has recently made a post regarding MQX applications and how is vital for us to understand how the environment in which we are working on works, specially if we're developing for the first time in it.
He also made a really useful application note (attached within the document) for us to get closer and deeper into the development on Freescale MQXLite RTOS, providing the knowledge necessary to start developing in an easy, quick way.
So, I personally thank Luis very much and encourage all of you to check out the attached preview of how awesome can a RTOS turn out when used into our particular design.
This Application Note is based on the Kinetis KL2 USB MCUs Family, specifically, the KL25Z128VLK4 micro controller. The Freescale Freedom development platform board (FRDM–KL25Z) is also used for this example.
Start it up already, and follow DebuggerGuys for more cool info!