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Tuesday, February 21 • 4:20pm - 5:10pm
SDK in the Browser for Zephyr Project - Sakari Poussa, Intel

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Starting a development for embedded IoT system can be a tedious task, starting with the tools and SDK installations. You also need to have proper operating system, cables and environment variables set up correctly in order to do anything. This can take hours if not days. In this talk, we present an alternative, fast and easy way to start IoT development. All you need is your Zephyr board, USB cable and Web Browser. The Zephyr will be running JavaScript Runtime for Zephyr including a “shell” developer mode and Web USB. The Browser has the IDE where you can edit and download code to your board. No compiling, flashing or rebooting is required. During the talk, we will also do live application development and deployment from the Browser to IoT boards running Zephyr.


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Sakari Poussa

Software Architect, Intel
Sakari Poussa is a software architect in Intel’s Open Source Technology Center located in Espoo, Finland, leading web and IoT technology development. Previous to joining Intel, Sakari directed the software engineering efforts of Nokia’s Linux-based mobile operating systems (Maemo and MeeGo) for the popular N900 and N9 device series. At Intel, Sakari has been working on open source projects including Tizen and Crosswalk web runtime. Currently... Read More →


Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:20pm - 5:10pm
Broadway I/II

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