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Wednesday, June 8 • 2:00pm - 2:15pm
Virtual: Building the Traceability for Design and Testing in Zephyr - Enjia Mai, Intel

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From the perspective of software engineering, having traceability to track the requirement, design and validation bring benefits for quality control of the software product. It is not only specifying what we should have or shouldn’t have in the software product, but also the test coverage of it. Zephyr Project has very good official documentation of system design and user/developer guide, which are generated by source code automatically during the building process. And thanks to the contribution to the community, we have over ten thousand good test cases in the zephyr tree. The WIP work of traceability aims to take advantage of these existing work products, trying to connect and bring more visibility to the quality of the Zephyr RTOS.

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Enjia Mai

Zephyr OS software development engineer, Intel
Enjia Mai is one of the Zephyr RTOS developers from Intel. He is a developer with a passion for Operation System, and also have over ten-year experience in Linux-based OS distribution development and leading projects, in addition to several years of experience with embedded system... Read More →

Wednesday June 8, 2022 2:00pm - 2:15pm PDT