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June 7 - 9, 2022 | Mountain View, CA + Virtual
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Tuesday, June 7 • 1:00pm - 1:30pm
Zephyr and You: A Developer Environment for Newcomers - Lauren Murphy, Intel (Pre-registration Required)

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At the Zephyr Project, our maintainers are Zephyr development experts. They have over 500 Vim keybindings, they can triangulate lost car keys with printk statements, and they may even be able to flash boards with their minds. If you're feeling intimidated as a new or potential Zephyr user or contributor, Lauren can bring you a little closer to greatness by showing you how to set up a beginner developer environment with Visual Studio Code. She will cover settings, extensions, and attaching to the visual debugger in Code, as well as teach you non-Code related tips and tricks - files to check in build/, Kconfigs to turn on / off, and much more. By the time you finish, you will be armed with the tools and knowledge to set off on your own developer environment journey. Note: This is not a tutorial, so you don't need a laptop to follow along. Materials will be put up on GitHub.

Speakers
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Lauren Murphy

OS Development Engineer, Intel
Lauren Murphy is a junior software engineer on Intel's team of Zephyr contributors. She is an x86 contributor and served as a non-voting member of the Safety Working Group. She also introduced the TensorFlow Lite Micro Zephyr module to provide a Zephyr-centric alternative to the TensorFlow... Read More →


Tuesday June 7, 2022 1:00pm - 1:30pm PDT
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