Justin Schneck

Pan-galactic Nerves Overlord

Prototype to Production: Creating Connected Hardware with Nerves

Nerves is a powerful platform for creating and distributing embedded linux systems in Elixir and Erlang. Using Nerves, you can quickly create robust devices from a wide selection of off the shelf hardware and accessories. Rapid prototyping is a crucial phase in the development of any product. Together, we will explore the new features of Nerves and demonstrate how to quickly create and iterate using devices like Raspberry Pi. Finally, we will describe the process of moving from prototype to production and how to create distributable devices.

Talk objectives:

Demonstrate building simple devices using Nerves. Discuss strategies for producing clean, maintainable code for embedded systems. Describe how Nerves works and some of the decisions that went into its design.

Target audience:

This talk is for anyone interested in using Elixir / Erlang to craft hardware devices.


About

Over the years, Justin has worked on a plethora of embedded projects from iPhone motorcycle starters to advanced brewing and distilling equipment. He is focused on pushing Nerves forward, creating exciting devices for Le Tote, and spreading the joy of hardware programming.

Twitter: @mobileoverlord
Github: mobileoverlord

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