In this episode I talk with Justin Schneck. We talk embedded Erlang and Elixir with the Nerves Project, where Nerves fits in the landscape of embedded systems, prototyping vs deployment, and much, much more.
Our Guest, Justin Schneck
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Elixir.LDN will be taking place on August 17th. To help encourage inclusion and diversity 30 Free Scholarship places are available. Visit http://www.elixir.london/ to find out more and register.
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RacketCon is October 7th & 8th at the University of Washington, with keynote speakers Dan Friedman and Will Byrd. Visit http://con.racket-lang.org/ for more information and to register.
LambdaWorld will be taking place in Cadiz, Spain on October 26th and 27th. For more information visit and to keep updated visit http://www.lambda.world/.
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Justin’s desire to start his motorcycle from his phone
Microsoft TDS Driver in Ecto
The Road to 2 Million Websocket Connections in Phoenix
Setting the foundation for the actor model from embedded systems
Justin’s introduction to Nerves
“Why can’t I just run a Raspberry Pi”
Nerves as suite of helper libraries
Nerves as tool to build deployment images
Ability to get minimal opt-in package images
Creating a meal from a grocery kitchen versus at home
What might deployment to production look like
“Anything you can do in Buildroot you can essentially turn into a composable Nerves system.”
“Microcomputers” vs microcontrollers in the Nerves world
Hard real time constraints in Arduino vs soft real time requirements
Key factors Elixir is good at for embedded systems
Wendy Smoak building a cat feeder in Nerves
Booting to Erlang/Elixir as process-zero
Dynamic configuration in Nerves
Elixir on Nerves on Lego EV3 brick
Le Tote kiosk on Raspberry Pi or x86
Call to action to get started in Nerves
“Blinking lights as the Hello World of hardware”
Nerves on HexDocs
Pi Zero W
“Don’t be afraid to do things that have already been done, just for the experience of knowing how to get those things accomplished”
Where to share one’s projects and experiences
#Nerves in Elixir Lang Slack
Erlang Factory San Francisco 2017
Erlang User Conference 2017
LeToteTeam on Github
Thank You to the community
As always, a giant Thank You goes to David Belcher for the logo design.