Hanno Braun has been active in the embedded Rust community for years and is involved in some of the key groups in the space. He’s running Braun Embedded, a one-man consultancy focused on embedded Rust.
Matthias Endler is a backend engineer at Trivago and long-time member of the Rust community. He’s been teaching Rust for years, through his blog, his YouTube show “Hello, Rust!”, and many talks and workshops at various events.
Rust is a great choice for embedded development! It combines high-level abstractions with low-level control, safety with performance. In this workshop, you will learn embedded development on a microcontroller, using Rust. We’ll teach the basics, talk about pitfalls, and provide an environment for experimentation.
Experience with embedded development is not required, but basic Rust experience would be helpful. Every participant will be provided with a LPC845-BRK development board, free of charge and for them to keep.