Five Minutes With…Kate Stewart, Senior Director, Linux Foundation

May 29, 2019 Embedded Computing Design

Zephyr is an open-source operating system that’s designed for applications where Linux is simply too big, from a space or power perspective. Is Zephyr right for your application? How would you even know? And if it is, where do you start?

These are just some of the questions I threw at Kate Stewart, a Senior Director of Strategic Programs for the Linux Foundation, the governing body of Zephyr in this week’s Five Minutes With…discussion.

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