The Golioth crew is headed to Prague next week for the Embedded Open Source Summit (EOSS). More specifically, we have a booth, are presenting several talks, and are taking meetings during the 2023 Zephyr Developer Summit (ZDS) which is one of several co-located conferences participated in EOSS.
Interested in catching up with Golioth at the conference? Drop us a line and we’ll make sure it happens!
Three Fascinating Talks from Golioth
Golioth is not only a silver member of the Zephyr Project, we heavily use Zephyr as one of our device SDKs. We’re excited to share some of our experience on the RTOS in the three talks we’re presenting.
Zephyr & Visual Studio Code: How to Develop Zephyr Apps with a Modern, Visual IDE
Golioth Developer Founder and CEO Jonathan Beri will present this talk on using Visual Studio Code with Zephyr. By default, VS Code is not optimized for embedded development, and there are many tips and tricks that we’ve learned over the years to turn it into the most power Zephyr IDE out there. Learn More »
Zephyr Onboarding in 30 Seconds – Methods and Experiments During Zephyr Training
Golioth Developer Relations Lead Chris Gammell will present this talk on setting up embedded development environments for training sessions. While it focuses on Zephyr, the same toolchain and operating system headaches exist for all embedded engineers. Chris will detail the approach to get people up and compiling Zephyr in minutes, not hours, using remote virtual machines. Learn More »
Manifests: Project Sanity in the Ever-Changing Zephyr World
Golioth Developer Relations Engineer Mike Szczys will present this talk on using the Zephyr manifest system. This is particularly important for revision control of Zephyr applications. It enshrines the state of Zephyr and all its libraries and modules so that every build begins from a known-working set of build tools. Learn More »
Say Hello at the Golioth Booth
Chris Gammell walking us through the Golioth demo hardware at 2023 Embedded World
As sponsors of EOSS, we will be demoing hardware at the Golioth Booth (#41). Stop by to say hello and see how Golioth makes building microcontroller-level IoT fleets way easier than it’s ever been before. In addition to Jonathan, Chris, and Mike mentioned above, Golioth’s new Field Application Engineer, Marko Puric, will be on hand!
Don’t forget to leave us a note if you’d like to block out some time for a meeting!