The Zephyr Developer Summit, hosted under the first-ever Embedded Open Source Summit in Prague, Czech Republic, on June 27-30 included presentations, BoFs, and training designed for real time problem solving and deep discussions. More than 1,300 people registered for the EOSS conference – representing 375 organizations across 56 countries around the globe. Zephyr had 75+ technical sessions (in-person and on-demand) for 3 tracks focused on users of Zephyr, developers contributing upstream, and maintainer-specific topics.
All of the videos from the Zephyr Developer Summit can be found on the Zephyr Youtube Channel. Each week, we’ll highlight a few videos in a blog for easy access. Today, we’re featuring a few sessions focused on Zephyr Technologies including, “Zbus – the Lightweight and Flexible Zephyr Message Bus,” “Overview of CAN Subsystem in Zephyr,” “System Devicetree Support in Zephyr” and “Differentiating Bluetooth Low Energy Products by Exploiting and Exploring Zephyr Bluetooth Controller Implementations.”
Zbus – the Lightweight and Flexible Zephyr Message Bus – Rodrigo Peixoto, Embedded software engineer at Edge-UFAL/Citrinio
“Overview of CAN Subsystem in Zephyr” – Navin Sankar, Embedded Software Engineer at Next Big Thing AG
Differentiating Bluetooth Low Energy Products by Exploiting and Exploring Zephyr Bluetooth Controller Implementations – Vinayak Kariappa Chettimada, Principal R&D Engineer at Nordic Semiconductor ASA
For more information about the 2024 event, stay tuned by subscribing to the Zephyr quarterly newsletter or connect with us on @ZephyrIoT, Zephyr Project LinkedIn or the Zephyr Discord Channel to talk with community and TSC members.