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Our Next Free Zephyr Training is September 27th

Come and learn Zephyr RTOS with Golioth! This free training will get you up to speed on the basics of the fastest growing Real-Time Operating System. We host these remotely, so you can take part from the comfort of your home or office (or perhaps your home office). Sign up now to join in on September 27th from 9am to noon, Pacific time!

Hands on with the basics of Zephyr

Closeup image of two Nordic development boards

There is no cost to take part in the training, but we do ask that you order your own hardware. Our code examples work on either the nRF7002dk (WiFi) or the nRF9160dk (Cellular) development boards. We start with a pre-compiled binary that shows your device connecting to Golioth as a basic IoT device. From there, we go back to first principles:

  • Learning about the build system
  • Modifying existing Zephyr programs
  • Testing simple Zephyr outputs

By the end of the day you will have a taste of how to add sensors and work with threads, and how to run those examples on your target hardware.

Remote, yet it’s still kind of like being in-person

Training is held in a virtual classroom that looks like it’s straight out of the Legend of Zelda. You have a character to walk around with the arrow keys and when you get close to other people, a video chat opens up. This makes it very easy to pick your study group, ask question, or listen in as others are getting help. Golioth staff are on-hand to present the training and answer questions along the way. It’s the next best thing to being in the same room together and we can’t wait to see you there. Sign up below and we’ll send you all the into you need to get ready for training.

(Please note: This form will automatically switch over to the following month once registration for September is closed)

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