At the Intersection of Open Source and IoT – Open Source Voices – Episode 5

November 28th, 2018 |
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Open Source Voices: In this episode, we catch up with Anas Nashif, Software Engineer at Intel and Chair of the Zephyr Project’s Technical Steering Committee, and Carles Cufi, Open Source R&D Software Engineer at Nordic Semiconductor, as they talk about the evolving landscape of IoT from simple technical requirements to complex, multi-core, multi-peripheral systems. They explore how the open source community is uniting to address these challenges through the Zephyr Project from a variety of perspectives, and what lies ahead.

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