I have been waiting for over a year for the GO update that was always said to be just around the corner. Is this update actually going to happen or should we move on to other micro-controllers for our projects?
Is there going to be an update?
Posted 09 January 2015 - 07:07 PM
Guess that would be that there is not going to be any more updates or that you don't know when they might be.
Posted 12 January 2015 - 05:15 AM
We'll be able to share more roadmap details a bit this month.
Posted 12 January 2015 - 09:44 PM
Olaf is this all necessary. Fight your vendetta somewhere else. Please, ..... otherwise go PM. There is to much bullshit in the world. Chris is too occupied for this rubbish.
Moderator here is work to be done.
Posted 13 January 2015 - 06:59 AM
It is Microsoft who let us down with the .NET Micro framework, Chris will give you his last penny. There was a large discussion by and with Microsoft on managers level about promised updates from Microsoft. you really have no idea!
So next time your complaints to Redmond please.
Posted 13 January 2015 - 11:36 AM
"This forum is for problems /questions"
That is your opinion, mine is different and you can disagree but that is your problem not mine.
Your remark about me that I need to bend down on my knees onto a rug and pray to the east is very nasty and shows no respect to others.
Even worse you are saying it in dutch disrespecting everyone else on this forum.
I do not want a penny from Chris (cannot say the same for the agentwatch backers)
If there are problems with Microsoft updating the framework Chris should have communicated that and NOT leave everyone in the dark.
Olaf van Schoten
Van SchOten Ict Diensten en Services
Posted 13 January 2015 - 02:04 PM
How about both of you take it to Private Messages? I got an answer from Chris, if you two want to complain to each other please take it somewhere else.
Posted 14 January 2015 - 09:43 AM
where is that BETA program for 4.3.2 for the Netduino 2 Plus ?
The big new feature for Netduino Plus 2 v4.3.2 firmware is Netduino.IP. Sorry to keep you on pins and needles while we got the stack ready for technical preview. You can start testing it on your own hardware out next week!
P.S. Regarding Netduino Go: getting lwIP to configure network connections on the fly via GoBus is...challenging. That's one of the reasons we have been building Netduino.IP, which can configure networking chips on the fly. As the Netduino.IP Technical Preview wraps up, we'll merge it into the Netduino Go v4.3.2 firmware and validate the Ethernet module so we can get that into production too.
More to come...
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