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Recap of the Zephyr Project meetup in Cologne (May 14, 2024), Germany

By July 4, 2024No Comments
Zephyr project meetup at grandcentrix, May 14, 2024

The Zephyr Project recently hosted an engaging meetup at the grandcentrix office in Cologne, Germany, on May 14, 2024. This event brought together enthusiasts, developers, and industry professionals keen on exploring the latest developments within the Zephyr ecosystem.

Zephyr project meetup at grandcentrix, May 14, 2024

Here’s a recap of the insightful sessions and activities that took place:

Tracing in Zephyr: Live Coding and Demo Session

Florian Grandel, from grandcentrix, conducted a hands-on session on tracing in Zephyr. Through live coding and demos, participants learned how to effectively set up and utilize tracing to visualize application behaviors, kernel operations, and subsystem interactions. 

Zephyr’s New Hardware Model

Christian Kurz, Senior Field Application Engineer at Nordic Semiconductor ASA, presented on Zephyr’s latest hardware model. Following the recent release of Zephyr 3.6.0, Christian provided insights into the new hardware model’s features, enhancements, and its implications for developers working with Zephyr.

Networking and Collaboration

Beyond the informative sessions, the meetup provided ample opportunities for networking and collaboration among attendees. Participants engaged in lively discussions, shared their experiences with Zephyr, and explored potential collaborations on future projects.

Hands-On Exploration

A highlight of the event was the Nordic Semiconductor booth, showcasing the latest evaluation boards. Attendees had the chance to get hands-on with these cutting-edge boards, gaining practical insights into their capabilities and potential applications within their own projects.

Watch the Recordings

For those unable to attend the meetup in person, recordings of all sessions are now available on the Zephyr Project’s YouTube channel. 

Get Involved

The Zephyr Project encourages passionate individuals to bring Zephyr to their local communities. Whether you’re in Cologne, Germany or halfway across the globe, we encourage passionate individuals to get involved.

Reach out to us and explore how you can bring Zephyr to your community and make a difference in the world of IoT development.

Stay Connected

To stay updated on future events, project developments, and community initiatives, subscribe to the Zephyr quarterly newsletter or connect with us on @ZephyrIoT, Zephyr Project LinkedIn or the Zephyr Discord Channel to talk with community and TSC members.

Susan Remmert