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NuttX 2024 workshop starting. Great program. https://events.nuttx.apache.org/
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And it started well: How many embedded engineers does it take to connect a laptop to an old projector? The task was not easy. DVI to HDMI adapter? USB-A to USB-C. The real deal. That’s what an embedded dev event should be, team work.
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Good presentation from a small company that moved to NuttX from custom low level software for each project. Necessarily easier and more scalable. One interesting comment I did not expect: They tried Zephyr first and found it too complex to deal with.
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Are tools enough for developers, debugging, etc at large scale? According to Xiaomi engineer Neo Xu, a blatant never. Totally agree and even worse with robotics. Think ROS error handling and debugging.
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No, he became inactive around 2020 apparently.
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@anurajenp are today’s embedded engineers on average super humble and respectful of each other? Definitely the vibe here, but can’t remember when I was doing my part.
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Getting lost in the depth of an RTOS. Dizzying fun.
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The orbital satellite with Spresence is RAISE-2.
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Spresence with NuttX was actually used first in 2018 for an orbital satellite.
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NuttX 7.22 running on the Moon, on LEV-2.
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Second day of the event, started well with Sony organising a hands-on workshop with Spresence and NuttX. Attractive demos, including real-time ML and even musical instrument from the eighties—8-bit love.
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Amazing to see Lup Yuen explaining low level work with hand-written, insightful and very focused notes. A must! But if you write as well as Lup.
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PINE63 0x64 presented here with asymmetric cores. One 64 bits, one 32 bits, and one low power. Perhaps pretty cool base for robotics projects, in a complementary way to what we discuss at @yac’ robotics garage.
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