Live Q&A with Theatre Talks Speakers
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Fun get-together with most Theatre Talks Speakers. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and interact with the speakers in a LIVE Zoom session.
13:00:26 From Colin Walls to Stephane(Direct Message) : One of the talks had no speaker shown - PX5. Do you know who might answer a question on that? 13:15:12 From Nathan Jones : If I really love the EOC, what other conferences should I know about? What are your favorite embedded resources, publications, blogs, etc? 13:15:39 From Nathan Jones : How did you develop your expertise? 13:17:57 From Gonzalo : For Duane: which method of project management do you think is appropiate for development of embedded projects? i.e. for software Agile methods is well known but it does not apply well to hardware 13:17:59 From Vishwa Perera : Hi all, I am new to embedded systems world. I started to self learn through an online course on Udemy with a STM32F4 development board. I know embedded systems area has a huge scope and so much to learn. Sometimes I feel intimidated by the vast content of the embedded world. Could you please give me general directions about what are the essential skills required in the embedded world including the programming languages and microcontroller types? Thanks you so much. 13:18:47 From Antonio : As experienced developers, how do you cope with the fear of missing the extremely fast development of new methods and technologies? How do you keep your knowledge "up to date"? 13:19:34 From Quantum Leaps : In shameless self promotion, I'd like to recommend my free YouTube video course "Modern Embedded Systems Programming". Here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/@StateMachineCOM 13:19:45 From Sree Harsha Angara : Reacted to "In shameless self pr..." with 🙌 13:20:02 From Aminul Haq : Reacted to "In shameless self pr..." with 👍 13:21:02 From Nathan Jones : I had a really fun time at the Hackaday Superconference last November, also. 13:21:02 From Rob Johnson : Reacted to "In shameless self pr..." with 👍 13:21:05 From Luca Ingianni : since we're doing shameless promotions, might I plug my podcast, the Agile Embedded podcast https://www.agileembeddedpodcast.com 13:22:16 From René Andrés Ayoroa : I always learn a lot during this conference. Embedded is very new in my country. I am from Latinamerica. where can I find any job postings for remote? or maybe with opportunity to relocate? 13:22:30 From Simon Smith (moredatalesscenter) : The Hitex ARM conference here in the UK was good too. But this is always my favourite! 13:24:33 From Gonzalo : Thank you Duane 13:26:36 From duane : Great comments on risk and mindset, Luca 13:28:01 From Nathan Jones : My favorite debugging question isn't "Why isn't this working?" but "Wait, why IS this working?" 13:28:44 From Colin Walls : Reacted to "My favorite debuggin..." with 👍 13:28:50 From Dan Boschen : Reacted to "My favorite debuggin..." with 👍 13:31:11 From Quantum Leaps : The best way to understand something is to see how it works at a *low-level*. For example, you understand Object-Oriented Programming better if you see the virtual pointer, virtual-table, and the code for virtual-call... 13:31:49 From Nathan Jones : Love that, Luca. I (and I would imagine many of us) struggle with unrealistic expectations of what I "should" know and it's helpful to remember exactly what you said. 13:32:36 From Jacob Beningo : Reacted to "since we're doing sh..." with 👍 13:33:24 From Hatim Jamali : Reacted to "since we're doing ..." with 👍 13:34:06 From Luca Ingianni : Completely agreed, Colin 13:34:12 From Nathan Jones : Thanks for the plug, Colin!! 13:34:36 From Vishwa Perera : Thanks all. Loved your answers. 13:35:02 From Colin Walls : Replying to "Thanks for the plug,..." You’re welcome. Very nice talk. 13:36:36 From Luca Ingianni : Well said Duane. Breaking stuff is usually the most instructive thing you can do :-D 13:40:35 From Simon Smith (moredatalesscenter) : Pair programming / pair debugging is also a good way to learn 13:41:16 From Nathan Jones : My personal favorite book about navigating interpersonal relationships is "Crucial Accountability". 13:44:01 From RF : Did a great deal of analogue years back ... that continues to dominate hardware elements more and more e.g. high speed interfaces, sensor technologies etc etc. Similar can be said about software elements e.g. foundations/fundamentals 13:44:28 From Nathan Jones : Can't find it rn, but I saw an article a few months about someone who ported Linux to the Arduino Uno. It took something like 4 hours to get to a login prompt. XD 13:47:19 From Luca Ingianni : James Grenning: Test-driven development for embedded C 13:47:50 From René Andrés Ayoroa : making embedded systems, Elecia White 13:48:39 From Quantum Leaps : Question for Axel: SEGGER utilities seem fast and stable. What technologies do you guys use: Qt? Windows C#? 13:49:02 From Benjamin Cabé : TinyML: Machine Learning With Tensorflow Lite on Arduino and Ultra-Low-Power Microcontrollers // ISBN-13: 978-1492052043 AI at the Edge // ISBN-13 978-1098120207 13:49:14 From Vishwa Perera : @Nathan, Could you post the titles of the books you mentioned in the chat? 13:49:55 From Nathan Jones : Rene posted the first one, "Making Embedded Systems" by Elecia White. The other is "Better Embedded Systems Software" by Phillip Koopman. 13:50:23 From Vishwa Perera : Reacted to "Rene posted the firs..." with 👍 13:51:00 From René Andrés Ayoroa : I also enjoyed Jacob Beningo's new book, Embedded Software Design 13:51:08 From Benjamin Cabé : Reacted to "I also enjoyed Jacob..." with 👏 13:51:27 From Leroy : Thanks to all the speakers 13:51:34 From Nathan Jones : This was wonderful! I can't wait to learn from you all for the rest of this week!! 13:52:09 From Sree Harsha Angara : Reacted to "TinyML: Machine Lear..." with 👍 13:52:26 From Vishwa Perera : Thanks for all the speakers! 13:52:29 From Jay : Thanks! 13:52:31 From René Andrés Ayoroa : Thank you everyone 13:52:33 From George : Thanks