As you may have read in the latest edition of my Zephyr Weekly Update, Zephyr RTOS now has support for the very popular MXChip AZ3166 IoT DevKit!
There are tons of IoT developer kits out there, but this one is particularly interesting to me as it’s been used by Microsoft for many years as one of the reference platform for the Azure IoT demos and tutorials. Many folks all around the world have had the opportunity to play with it, and I thought adding support for it in Zephyr RTOS would be a good opportunity to give everyone an excuse to learn more about Zephyr by directly getting their hands dirty.
I have just posted the following short video on my YouTube channel, and I encourage anyone interested in dusting off their MXChip DevKit to watch it and give the Zephyr Getting Started a try 🙂
If you have any questions or need help, feel free to leave a comment below or on the video!
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