There used to be a two-day training TI-RTOS Workshop on training.ti.com. Where did it go?
We removed the TI-RTOS Workshop from training.ti.com because some of the material was stale. We have the following updated training series: https://training.ti.com/getting-started-ti-rtos-training-series
In addition, I'll post the old workshop's chapters in the below posts. I've omitted chapter 1 (Welcome) and 2 (Intro to CCS) since these where the most stale. The other chapters material is still relevant. We've omitted the labs because those were stale also. Please note, the material focuses more on the graphical configuration of the kernel instead editing the .cfg as a text file. Over the years, we've moved more to changing the .cfg file directly in a text editor instead of using the graphical tool.
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In reply to ToddMullanix:
Chapter 3: SYS/BIOS Introduction
Chapter 4: Configuring the Kernel
Chapter 5: Using Hwi
Chapter 6: Using Swi
Chapter 7: Using Clock
Chapter 8: Using Tasks
Chapter 9: Inter-thread Communication
Chapter 10: Memory Management
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