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Host Kelly McEvers takes a story from the news and goes deep. Whether that means digging into the Trump administration's past, the stories behind police shootings caught on video, or visiting a town ravaged by the opioid epidemic, Embedded takes you where the news is happening.
 
Hosted on the www.embedded-computing.com website as well as iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, and Alexa, the Embedded Insiders Podcast is a fun electronics talk show for hardware design engineers and software developers. Each week, embedded industry veterans Rich Nass, Brandon Lewis, and Perry Cohen of Embedded Computing Design tackle trends, news, and new products for the embedded, IoT, automotive, security, artificial intelligence, and other technology marketplaces in a light and acc ...
 
Real-world advice and inspiration on how to navigate the embedded payments journey — and win. Hosted by Bob Butler, Chief Commercial Officer at Payrix. Learn about the latest trends in embedded payments from industry experts, Payrix customers, and leaders on the Payrix team. They’ll share their real-world insights on payment facilitation best practices, use cases, along with the possibilities of greater monetization and higher valuations that embedded payments can unleash. You’ll have everyt ...
 
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Tyler Hoffman joined us to discuss the issues associated with embedded devices at consumer scale. We talked about firmware update, device management, and remote diagnostics for millions of devices. Tyler is a co-founder at Memfault (memfault.com), a company that works on IoT dashboards and embedded tools. (We will invite Tyler back to talk about em…
 
Part 5: There's one important part of the newspaper's story we couldn't bring you until now: what it's like to have their attacker stand trial. And the unexpected ways that trial can affect you. Plus a big update about the newspaper itself.NPR
 
On this episode the Insiders track the return of analog computing. Mythic is a company looking to revolutionize AI computing through an innovative matrix processor that processes analog signals in on-chip memory before outputting them to the digital domain. Where does this tech fit today? Later, Rich interviews Abhishek Gupta, Director of Product M…
 
We want to learn more about who is out there listening! Please take this short survey to tell us more about who you are, why you listen, and how we can make the podcast better for you! In this final episode of Season 4, Sara Joy and Eric, along with Josh Yates and Chris Elisara from Ormond Center, unpack some of the common themes and fresh discover…
 
In the thirteenth episode of the PayFAQ embedded payments podcast brought to you by Payrix, host Bob Butler interviews Tony Braden, Head of Product and Enterprise Solutions for Payrix in Australia about software payments in Australia. The three key points Tony mentions when going global are a single point of integration, local presence so that ther…
 
Tyler Hoffman joined us to discuss the issues associated with embedded devices at consumer scale. We talked about firmware update, device management, and remote diagnostics for millions of devices. Tyler is a co-founder at Memfault (memfault.com), a company that works on IoT dashboards and embedded tools. (We will invite Tyler back to talk about em…
 
Alpenglow’s Carrie Sundra spoke with us about frivolous circuits, solder live streaming, and yarn. Alpenglow Industries sells frivolous circuits, some pre-built (like FUnicorn) and some are buildables such as the cute but evil heart soldering kits called PS-I Hate You. Carrie’s YouTube channel is alpenglowindustries where she livecasts Wednesday af…
 
Janelle Shane (@JanelleCShane) shared truly weird responses from AIs. Her website is AIWeirdness.com where you can find machine-learning-generated ideas for paint colors, ice cream, and cocktails (and many other things). We never said they were good ideas. Janelle’s FAQ will help you get started trying out RNNs yourself. We recommend the Embedded s…
 
Alan Cohen joined us to talk about brain waves, medical product development, open source, and helpful engineering. Alan has been working on VolksEEG (volkseeg.org, github.com/VolksEEG/VolksEEG). This is an EEG (wiki Electroencephalography) which detects brain waves. It uses the TI ADS1299 EEG monitoring chip and the Adafruit Feather nRF52840 Sense.…
 
Alan Cohen joined us to talk about brain waves, medical product development, open source, and helpful engineering. Alan has been working on VolksEEG (volkseeg.org, github.com/VolksEEG/VolksEEG). This is an EEG (wiki Electroencephalography) which detects brain waves. It uses the TI ADS1299 EEG monitoring chip and the Adafruit Feather nRF52840 Sense.…
 
In this the twelfth episode of the PayFAQ embedded payments podcast brought to you by Payrix, host Bob Butler interviews John De Stefan (JD), the Managing Director for Payrix in Australia about the booming Australian payfac and integrated payments marketplace.Payrix
 
Chris and Elecia discuss civic duties, the CAN bus, fulfilling Kickstarter orders, and the answers to a series of questions about embedded systems. Elecia was recently introduced to TRIZ inventive principles (wikipedia page) and started reading And Suddenly the Inventor Appeared: TRIZ: Theory of Inventive Problem Solving by Genrich Altshuller. You …
 
Chris and Elecia discuss civic duties, the CAN bus, fulfilling Kickstarter orders, and the answers to a series of questions about embedded systems. Elecia was recently introduced to TRIZ inventive principles (wikipedia page) and started reading And Suddenly the Inventor Appeared: TRIZ: Theory of Inventive Problem Solving by Genrich Altshuller. You …
 
In the eleventh episode of PayFAQ: The Embedded Payments Podcast brought to you by Payrix, host Bob Butler interviews Scott Wayman, Founder and CEO of Kangarootime about using payfac technology to focus on what matters most in childcare management.Payrix
 
In this episode Sara Joy and Eric interview Jonathan Brooks of Chicago, currently co-pastor at Lawndale Community Church and the former pastor of Caanan Community Church in Englewood and author of Church Forsaken: Practicing Presence in Neglected Neighborhoods. Jonathan tells how his attempt to get out of Englewood by pursuing a career in architect…
 
We spoke to author Robin Sloan about his books and near-future science fiction. Robin wrote Mr. Penumbra’s 24 Hour Bookstore and Sourdough. Find Robin on twitter as @robin_____sloan. Robin’s website is robinsloan.com. Go there for some short stories, sign up for his newsletter and check out his new ‘zine (also at wizard.limo). Oh! Don’t forget his …
 
On this episode of the Embedded Insiders, Brandon and Rich discuss the push/pull of industry hardware standards, as support for PCI Express Gen 4 on the latest generation of Intel chipsets has created an inflection point for board- and system-level specifications that serve both legacy and emerging applications. Next, the Insiders are joined by Mar…
 
Sunshine Jones spoke with us about synthesizers, electronics, and philosophy. Find him on twitter @Sunshine_Jones and instagram at sunshine_jones_ Sunshine’s music is most easily found at TheUrgencyOfChange.com. His writing is at Sunshine-Jones.com. We talked about Sunshine’s User’s Guide to the Roland SE-02. That includes Ahmed, a track produced u…
 
Sunshine Jones spoke with us about synthesizers, electronics, and philosophy. Find him on twitter @Sunshine_Jones and instagram at sunshine_jones_ Sunshine’s music is most easily found at TheUrgencyOfChange.com. His writing is at Sunshine-Jones.com. We talked about Sunshine’s User’s Guide to the Roland SE-02. That includes Ahmed, a track produced u…
 
In this episode, Eric and Sara Joy talk with Pete Kelly, the CEO of Apartment Life. For many reasons, Eric and Sara Joy are really excited to share with listeners this timely conversation. (Side note, Pete Kelly did visit Tacoma just two weeks after the episode was recorded and confirmed that Tacoma is way cooler than most cities in Texas -- this i…
 
Ingo Muschenetz spoke with us about software, management, podcasts, and interacting with people. Ingo’s LinkedIn page Ingo works for Axway, they are hiring: Axway Careers Ingo keeps up with many podcasts, here are some of his favorites: Podcasts that talk about a complex topic, provide insight Throughline Planet Money Indicator https://www.npr.org/…
 
Ingo Muschenetz spoke with us about software, management, podcasts, and interacting with people. Ingo’s LinkedIn page Ingo works for Axway, they are hiring: Axway Careers Ingo keeps up with many podcasts, here are some of his favorites: Podcasts that talk about a complex topic, provide insight Throughline Planet Money Indicator https://www.npr.org/…
 
On this episode of Embedded Insiders, Brandon and Rich discuss the global chip shortage and the difference between price gouging, tough luck, and a need for innovation. Then Rich sits down with Russell Klein, Program Director for Siemens EDA, who will be keynoting at Embedded Computing Design’s virtual AI Day on September 9th. We all know we need A…
 
Jeremy Fielding spoke with us about mechanical engineering, robotics, robot operating system, YouTube, and solving problems. You can find all of Jeremy’s links on his main site: jeremyfielding.com but here are a few short cuts: YouTube channel: Jeremy Fielding Twitter: @jeremy_fielding Instagram: @jeremy_fielding Patreon: jeremyfieldingsr Jeremy’s …
 
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