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The Interrupt Community was created and is moderated today by the founders of Memfault.

Latest Blog Posts

  • Practical Zephyr - West workspaces (Part 6)

    In the previous articles, we used freestanding applications and relied on a global Zephyr installation. In this article, we’ll see how we can use West to resolve global dependencies by using workspace applications. We first explore West without even including Zephyr and then recreate the modified Blinky application from the previous article in a West workspace.

  • Embedded Open Source Summit 2024 Recap

    We cover the talks I was able to see in person, as well as some talks seen by my colleagues since they were posted. Obviously this is just our little biased selection, we have not been able to see everything, let us know in the comments what we missed!

  • What we've been reading in April (2024)

    Here are the articles, videos, and tools that we’ve been excited about this April.

  • Standout Exhibits at Embedded World 2024

    In this post, I will share the technologies I saw at Embedded World 2024 that I was most impressed by. I was lucky to have plenty of time to walk from booth to booth, and had some fantastic conversations that I hope you will find interesting.

  • Practical Zephyr - Devicetree practice (Part 5)

    In the previous articles, we covered Devicetree in great detail: We’ve seen how we can create our own nodes, we’ve seen the supported property types, we know what bindings are, and we’ve seen how to access the Devicetree using Zephyr’s devicetree.h API. In this fifth article of the Practical Zephyr series, we’ll look at how Devicetree is used in practice by dissecting the Blinky application.

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