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Stefano Fiorentino

Stefano is a professional engineer in Telecommunication Engineering. He started developing software in MATLAB and C for a ray-tracing and earth subsurface tomography, a cluster computing solution. Then he moved working with Qt and C++ for a GUI-based subsurface imaging product. After a really nice period with plain Modern C++ in a financial cluster computing institution, he encountered the Yocto Project and never left it. He is currently Head of the Competence Center Embedded Systems at the consulting firm adesso Schweiz AG. Father of two daughters, high-handicapper golf player, host at C++ User Group Lugano and ISO C++ Committee Member, co-founder of Italian Embedded.

How to Leverage Dev Containers for Quick and Easy Zephyr OS Development Setup

Status: Coming up in April 2024!

Unlock the potential of rapid Zephyr OS development through strategic utilization of Dev Containers. Learn to expedite environment setup with precision, fostering a streamlined and efficient workflow.

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FOTA-First Approach: a CI/CD Example

Status: Available Now

Preparing a firmware image has never been so easy. Avoiding the struggles to implement a custom software update procedure. Facilitating even more the developer life. Freeing time to concentrate on the actual business logic of the application. All these targets are reachable if you start your next product development from the implementation of the chosen software update strategy. Leveraging all the community-backed implementations of common best-practices will help your team in delivering safer and maintainable products to the market on schedule. I will briefly show you how to have a FOTA-first approach with the Yocto Project, SWUpdate and Jenkins pipelines on a RaspberryPi 3.

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