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June 7 - 9, 2022 | Mountain View, CA + Virtual
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Important: If you plan to attend Intro to Zephyr Day on Tuesday, June 7, pre-registration and session selection are required. 

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Tuesday, June 7 • 3:20pm - 5:20pm
Tutorial: Hands-on with Zephyr-based IoT Hardware - Data Goes in, Data Comes Out, Data Goes Up - Chris Gammell & Mike Szczys, Golioth (Pre-registration Required + Fee)

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This is a hands-on developer training showing how to get a finished piece of hardware utilizing the various features that Zephyr has to offer. The main thrust of the training is getting up and running with the Zephyr toolchain, implementing examples on a piece of hardware (provided), and interacting with cloud services. The user will learn about various abstraction layers around things like CoAP and CBOR, and experience a real world example of a smart device talking back to the Cloud. This will also expose the user to web-side technologies and how they can export data to external commercial services like AWS, Azure, and GCP. Golioth will provide all training materials, including hardware (not including laptops) for up to 30 attendees,

Speakers
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Chris Gammell

Developer Relations Lead, Golioth
Chris Gammell is an electrical engineer, podcaster, and design consultant from Durham, NC. He has over 20 years of electronics design experience, working for companies in the industrial, silicon, communications, and test and measurement space. His main work is as DevRel Lead at Golioth... Read More →
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Mike Szczys

Developer Relations Engineer, Golioth
Mike is a Developer Relations Engineer at Golioth. His deep love of microcontrollers began in the early 2000s, growing from the desire to make more of the BEAM robotics he was building. During his 12 years at Hackaday (eight of them as Editor in Chief), he had a front-row seat for... Read More →


Tuesday June 7, 2022 3:20pm - 5:20pm PDT
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