Nobody disagree that 2020 was a challenging year. A year marked by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) that spread for all the countries of the world.
The NuttX Community was expecting for 2020 the second International NuttX Workshop to happen in Japan in the middle of May. Just like the Olympics, our event was cancelled/postponed without further ado.
Instead of give up we decided we could do it online and let even more people jump in. Of course, we will not have the beer neither the Japanese Sake (酒), but we are programmers and we also like coffee. So let’s to prepare our own drink and create our event online for all the people around the world to participate.
We were so lucky, because many people submitted proposals to the Workshop in Japan and we contacted those guys and they were happy to present it online (well, not all of them, about 7 Speakers dropped out).
Because the event was going to happen online we decided to let each Speaker to choose if he/she prefer to pre-record the Presentation or present it on Live during the event. Most of them opted to pre-record it, but all should be present during the event to participate of the Q&A (Questions And Answers) session.
Implementing a USRSOCK based Wi-Fi driver on NuttX: Video here. Masayuki Ishikawa, Sony Home Entertainment & Sound Products, Inc.
cRTOS: A Linux-compatible compounded RTOS based on NuttX, Linux and Jailhouse: Video here. Chung-Fan Yang, Fixstars Corporation.
NuttX on BeagleBone Black
A Journey from Fork to Mainline
Bringing NuttX to the FPGA with the QuickLogic EOS S3
NuttX in a Flat Memory-constrained Environment
Swimming to Antarctica with NuttX
BicycleCompanion: An open-source low-powerbicycle-computer based on NuttX: Video here. Matias Nitsche.
Battery management in NuttX with NXP RDDRONE-BMS772: Video here. Jari van Ewijk and Cis van Mierlo, NXP Semiconductors.
Scaling up Tasks, Signals and Scheduling for Fitness Devices
NuttX for ESP32: current status and next developments: Video here. Alan Carvalho de Assis, Espressif Systems.