What we've been reading in November (2023)

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

We hope you enjoy these links, and we look forward to hearing what you’ve been reading in the comments or on the Interrupt Slack.

Articles & Learning

Projects & Tools

  • Advent of Code 2023
    Solve 2 riddles programmatically each day until Christmas. - Recommended by Interrupt Slack community member, Mo Ger

  • POV Candle - mitxela.com
    Really cool mini volumetric display using an RP2040. - Noah

  • Battery-free wireless microrobots
    So cool! A battery-free autonomous robot the size of a penny that operates on energy harvested from solar and radio waves.

News & Announcements

Upcoming Events

  • Memfault Webinar - Managing Issues and Improving Products After Launch
    Join our quarterly embedded panel on December 14th with Phillip Johnston (Embedded Artistry) and Thea “Stargirl” Flowers (Winterbloom) as we discuss the numerous post-launch challenges we’ve faced after decades of collective experience bringing products to market, and how to best tackle them. Register here to get the recording sent to you afterward.

    Heading to CES 2024? Request an invite to attend FOUNDERS & FRIENDS on Thursday, January 11th, hosted by Misty West and Memfault. Enjoy cocktails and appetizers while networking with some of the hardware industry’s key decision-makers, and get an exclusive preview of some of the latest advancements in cutting-edge technology.

Tyler Hoffman has worked on the embedded software teams at Pebble and Fitbit. He is now a founder at Memfault.