[UPDATE] - Event rescheduled from 4/18 to 5/2. Same time, same place, new date.
Come join us this week as we talk with Ed Hemphill, director of Edge services. We will be talking about the Pelion Edge solution portfolio, what it does, how you can use it, and generally answering the question of 'How do I get things connected to the cloud through a Gateway'.
Every racing team knows that the skills needed to achieve pole position through qualifying laps are different from the skills and setup necessary to win an endurance race. Winning teams have the expertise and technology to adapt their strategy as the race unfolds. In the same way, being first to market in a technology race doesn’t always guarantee success over the longer term.
Come join us this week as we talk with Shrikant Tudavekar, head of testing for Mbed OS. We will be discussing how to set up a CI test system for Mbed OS. We will show you how the internal team does it and will provide some insights on how to jump-start your CI setup for Mbed OS.
Arm recognizes how security and efficiency are key concerns for developers creating IoT devices, which is why Arm’s latest release of Mbed OS, Mbed OS 5.12, ushers in Platform Security Architecture (PSA) support. This latest addition builds upon previous advances, such as Mbed TLS and Pelion Device Management by incorporating the industry standard for practical, accessible device life cycle security.
Come join us this week as we talk with Senthil Ramakrishnan, Core Mbed OS Tech Lead, about the new crash reporting system in Mbed OS and how it makes it easier than ever to diagnose crashes in Mbed OS.
Come join us this week as we talk with Loren Geilen from Semtech about how to do LoRa point-to-point using the LoRa stack in Mbed OS.
Mbed OS now runs on over 150 development boards, and had over 3,000 commits last year alone. To keep the operating system stable when developing at such a high pace, we invested in automated testing: We now have test farms in two locations with over 1,000 real development boards, 1,150 functional tests, and roughly 40,000 hours of testing on physical hardware for every major release. Feel inspired? All tools to build and run the tests are open source, and in this blog post we'll show you where to find information on how to get started building tests for your own applications.
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