Hi Mbed developers!
Today we are publishing the report of 2020 Mbed Developer Survey. By reading this report, you are able to get an updated view of the whole Mbed community, the technology and tools in use, as well as the challenges and considerations that Mbed developers have in the development process.
During this week’s Tech Forum, we will be joined by Charlie Wang, Cloud Solutions Architect from the Google Cloud team to show how Mbed OS and Google Cloud work together to accelerate IoT product development. We will discuss the challenges IoT developers are facing today and how the Google Cloud and Mbed OS integration can help developers can overcome these challenges.
Happy New Year everyone! We’re excited to be back with our second session of the Mbed OS Tech Forum – a monthly live stream for you to connect with Mbed OS maintainers and developers, ask questions, share feedback and projects, plus hear about the Mbed OS roadmap.
We now have three winners of the three Keil MDK licenses. The winners will receive a confirmation email from us shortly.
If you haven’t taken the survey yet, I would like to encourage you to use this opportunity to make your voice heard. Your feedback is crucial for our engineering teams to make decisions about what we should focus on and invest our effort in, so please do fill out the survey when you have a spare 10-15 mins. The survey is available in English, 日本語, 简体中文, and 繁體中文.
To celebrate the 30th birthday of Arm, we are adding new prizes to the special prize draw. Developers who complete the survey before Dec 31st 2020 will be included in a new prize draw for three $100 Amazon e-gift cards.
Note: If you have already completed the survey but didn't win the last prize draw, you will be automatically included in this new prize draw, so there is no need to fill in the survey again.
Do you want to know more about what the Mbed team are working on? Or have an idea about how you think we can improve Mbed but aren’t sure how to engage with us? Then please read on.
In the past few releases, we have brought in changes to the Mbed OS directory structure to consolidate each functional area under the top-level directory.
The Mbed team are pleased to announce the release of Mbed OS 6.5 today. The main content is the introduction of our new command line tooling, Mbed CLI 2, which will co-exist alongside the existing Mbed CLI tools for now, but which we plan to replace entirely in the future.
The Mbed team are pleased to announce the release of Mbed OS 6.3 today. This release includes features and examples covering;
- Cloud connectivity
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