Ritvi Mishra

Ritvi Mishra is a multifaceted artist, maker, and firmware engineer who is passionate about creating beautiful and functional works of art. With a background in IoT and firmware engineering, she brings a unique blend of technical and creative skills to her work. Ritvi is known for her expertise in stained glass art, macrame, and other forms of artistic expression. She runs art workshops that encourage self-expression and creativity, inspiring others to explore their own artistic talents.
In her free time, Ritvi has recently become obsessed with scuba diving and other water sports. She is always looking for new challenges and ways to push her limits, both in and out of the water. As a maker at heart, Ritvi is proud of her extensive plier collection and her small but mighty maker setup. She believes that anyone can tap into their inner artist with the right tools and guidance, and she loves nothing more than sharing her knowledge and expertise with others.
Ritvi's unique background and diverse skill set make her a dynamic and engaging speaker. Whether she's discussing the intersection of technology and art, or sharing her experiences as a scuba diving enthusiast, she brings a contagious energy and enthusiasm to everything she does.










The Art of Firmware
Ritvi Mishra

Open-source firmware is revolutionizing the world of technology, offering endless possibilities for creative exploration. This talk will delve into the exciting intersection of open-source firmware and art projects, revealing the power of combining technology and creativity to foster a unique learning experience. Participants will discover how to leverage open-source firmware to create interactive art installations, kinetic sculptures, and more, simultaneously unleashing their creativity and technical prowess.

Main Track
Embarking on the Zephyr Journey: A Beginner's Guide to the Open Source RTOS
Ritvi Mishra

Real-time operating systems (RTOS) can seem complex for beginners. This session aims to simplify this complexity by providing a comprehensive introduction to Zephyr, a user-friendly open source RTOS. We'll explain the foundational RTOS concepts and highlight the specific benefits of Zephyr. We'll then guide attendees through the setup of a Zephyr development environment and the creation of a simple application. Additionally, the session will introduce the vibrant Zephyr community and provide guidance on how to contribute and interact within it. Whether you're a developer, hobbyist, or student, this talk will serve as a valuable launchpad into the world of Zephyr and open source RTOS.

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