Embedded Insiders Podcast

Embedded Insiders Open Up on RISC-V Summit, MIPI Debug & Trace Specs

December 19, 2019 Embedded Computing Design Season 2 Episode 14
Embedded Insiders Podcast
Embedded Insiders Open Up on RISC-V Summit, MIPI Debug & Trace Specs
Chapters
0:45
Brandon and Rich recap the RISC-V Summit in San Jose
13:11
The Embedded Insiders are joined by Enrico Carrieri, Chair of the MIPI Debug Working Group and Principal Engineer of Debug Architecture at Intel.
23:38
A new segment with Jean Labrosse, Architect of the µC/OS RTOS, identifies “Things That Annoy a Veteran Software Engineer.”
Embedded Insiders Podcast
Embedded Insiders Open Up on RISC-V Summit, MIPI Debug & Trace Specs
Dec 19, 2019 Season 2 Episode 14
Embedded Computing Design

The Insiders attended the second annual RISC-V Summit in San Jose earlier this month, and brought back some significant opinions about the show, the technology, and the direction of the RISC-V Foundation.

  • Is SiFive too powerful? 
  • Where are all the big semis? 
  • How does open hardware relate to Amazon, Apple, Google, and other tech giants building their own chips? And what does that mean for other chipmakers?

This episode also includes an interview with Enrico Carrieri, Chair of the MIPI Debug Working Group and Principal Engineer of Debug Architecture at Intel. Enrico puts his MIPI Alliance hat on to discuss the public availability of nine debug and trace specifications, which can be accessed directly from mipi.org. He also explains the importance of ecosystem enablement in the “necessary evil” world of debugging, and how new standards and tools can bring costs to a minimum.

Finally, a new segment with Jean Labrosse, Architect of the µC/OS RTOS, identifies “Things That Annoy a Veteran Software Engineer.” This week, he sounds off on following organizational coding standards.

Tune in.

Show Notes Chapter Markers

The Insiders attended the second annual RISC-V Summit in San Jose earlier this month, and brought back some significant opinions about the show, the technology, and the direction of the RISC-V Foundation.

  • Is SiFive too powerful? 
  • Where are all the big semis? 
  • How does open hardware relate to Amazon, Apple, Google, and other tech giants building their own chips? And what does that mean for other chipmakers?

This episode also includes an interview with Enrico Carrieri, Chair of the MIPI Debug Working Group and Principal Engineer of Debug Architecture at Intel. Enrico puts his MIPI Alliance hat on to discuss the public availability of nine debug and trace specifications, which can be accessed directly from mipi.org. He also explains the importance of ecosystem enablement in the “necessary evil” world of debugging, and how new standards and tools can bring costs to a minimum.

Finally, a new segment with Jean Labrosse, Architect of the µC/OS RTOS, identifies “Things That Annoy a Veteran Software Engineer.” This week, he sounds off on following organizational coding standards.

Tune in.

Brandon and Rich recap the RISC-V Summit in San Jose
The Embedded Insiders are joined by Enrico Carrieri, Chair of the MIPI Debug Working Group and Principal Engineer of Debug Architecture at Intel.
A new segment with Jean Labrosse, Architect of the µC/OS RTOS, identifies “Things That Annoy a Veteran Software Engineer.”