Thursday Oct 24
14:15 –
Location: B 05 - B 06

Embedded Application Development (for Web Developers)

The web has been one of the major platforms for technological innovation over the last two decades, but now - thanks to the increased production of IoT devices in an ever growing list of industries - embedded applications are being developed like never before.

But even though there are many similarities between developing for the web and for embedded systems, the differences between developing for these two different platforms may surprise you! This talk examines those differences and shares insight about embedded application development that will prepare you for potentially working on such a project one day in the future, and that just might help you write better web applications, too!

What will the audience learn from this talk?
The audience will learn about some of the unique challenges that come with working on embedded applications and how those challenges influence many important decisions that developers and product owners make on a day-to-day basis.

Does it feature code examples and/or live coding?
There are some code examples shown, but they are explained in a way that anyone who knows any programming language can understand.

Prerequisite attendee experience level:
Level 200

Devon Estes
Senior Elixir/Erlang Consultant
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