If you've attended FOSDEM, you know it is unlike any other trade-show, operated entirely in the spirit of free and open source software. It is held on a university campus and run by volunteers with no cost to exhibit or attend. There's not even registration of attendees. Attendees are primarily hardcore open source developers who aren't afraid to ask pointed questions and are eager to share their own projects.
Automation with Node-RED
A key part of Node-RED's success is its excellent visual editor that makes creating projects easy and reliable. At FOSDEM, we showed the Node-RED MCU plug-in that builds and deploys embedded projects in the standard Node-RED editor. It dramatically simplifies embedded development. This ambitious project was created by Ralph Wetzel, who generously drove to FOSDEM from Germany to show his work. Visitors were blown away by the power and simplicity of Ralph's demonstrations.
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