Brian Amos joins Chris to talk through his book about learning Real Time Operating Systems (RTOS) with a Hands-on methodology. Discussions around what an RTOS is, when to use one, and how FreeRTOS works.
Phillip Johnston of Embedded Artistry joins Chris to talk about building better firmware for hardware devices. This includes high level topics like setting up Continuous Integration pipelines and developing in-situ testing.
Michael Gielda of Antmicro returns to discuss open source methodology and the wide variety of projects they develop that feed back into the electronics ecosystem, including FPGA, AI, chip design and firmware projects.
Eli Hughes of TZero joins Chris to talk about creating a business around a connected brewery monitoring system and the technologies that go inside of it. Also working with processors, switching from FreeRTOS to Zephyr and working as a “Pro Support” engineer.
Chris (Gammell) talks with Elecia and Chris (White) from Embedded.fm. It’s a crossover show called Ampbedded! This episode covers learning methodology when doing self study and the surprising aspects of learning firmware.
Dean Pick joins Chris to talk about founding 3 different companies working on automatic transmission motorcycles, shape memory alloy linear actuators and large scale installations of biomass power generation.