This is the 21th changelog for Knurling-rs, our push to sustainably build better tooling for developing and debugging Rust software for embedded systems. Knurling-rs includes a suite of tools that make it easier to develop, log, debug, and test your embedded Rust libraries and applications!
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knurling session 20Q4 is public!!1!
📣 We published our 1st knurling-session to the public! 📣
Learn how to build your air-quality monitor in embedded Rust using the SCD30 CO2 sensor, the nRF52840-DK and a Waveshare ePaper Display. In 14 chapters that walk you through building this project, you'll learn all the skills you need.
Check it out & head over to the repo in case of questions or suggestions!
- rendered book: https://session20q4.ferrous-systems.com
- repository: https://github.com/knurling-rs/knurling-session-20q4
Thanks to all sponsors for making this possible & giving valuable feedback over the last months!
embedded rust testing #3 - github actions integration 🖊️
Jonas wrote an incredibly interesting blog post, explaining how to run your hardware tests using a self-hosted github actions runner. Check it out here!
Internal Improvements 🧽
- #431 Beautify code of
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Knurling-rs is mainly funded through GitHub sponsors. Sponsors get early access to the tools we are building and help us to support and grow the knurling tools and courses. Thank you to all of the people already sponsoring our work through the Knurling project!