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Posted on Mar 24, 2022 by Rick Bye

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Years in the future, the electronics industry may look back on March 24, 2022 as a pivotal moment in the history of embedded Linux-based IoT device development, the day that suddenly it became much easier to build, test, deploy and maintain secure and updatable edge products.

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Posted on Mar 23, 2022 by Daiane Angolini

4 min read

The Yocto Project has made critical changes in the Honister release (3.4). This post details two changes that impact a FoundriesFactory: Override syntax Directory structure for tune files .

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Posted on Feb 21, 2022 by Mykhaylo Sul

10 min read

Container technologies have been playing a significant role in the software development world since their inception with chroot.

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Posted on Feb 20, 2022 by Jorge Ramirez Ortiz

10 min read

Linux microPlatform™ release v85 includes support for the OP-TEE upstream version of the NXP EdgeLock® SE05x integrating Plug-and-Trust revision 03.03.00.

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Posted on Feb 18, 2022 by Andy Doan

5 min read

Integrating with AWS IoT Core sounds easy at first. However, making it work for a fleet of devices turns out to be a complicated task of navigating many sources of information.. .

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Posted on Feb 7, 2022 by Jorge Ramirez Ortiz

7 min read

Linux microPlatform™ release v85 includes support for the OP-TEE upstream version of the NXP EdgeLock® SE05x integrating Plug-and-Trust revision 03.03.00.

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Posted on Feb 2, 2022 by Daiane Angolini

5 min read

Introduction The secure platform, provided by Foundries.io is leveraged by several layers of signed binaries which are verified during boot time.

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Posted on Jan 5, 2022 by Milosz Wasilewski

5 min read

Testing a customizable operating system is a tricky business. It is even harder when the features are determined by the hardware the OS is running on .

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Posted on Oct 19, 2021 by Andy Doan

5 min read

This blog will be my most controversial yet; It covers two lightning rod issues - developer workflows and Little League Baseball.

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The Let's Encrypt Update

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Posted on Oct 5, 2021 by Andy Doan

2 min read

On September 30, Let's Encrypt's original root certificate expired. All of our customer-facing HTTPS services have certificates signed by Let's Encrypt .

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