Teaching Embedded Development

Posted on Friday, Feb 25, 2022
Khalil Estell joins Rob and Jason. They first talk about Matt Godbolt’s recent keynote at CPPP on C++’s Superpower. Then they talk to Khalil about teaching C++ embedded development and some of his thoughts on embedded development, including why not to avoid runtime polymorphism.


Khalil Estell

Khalil Estell

Khalil Estell is a Software Engineer at Google’s WearOS currently working on bootloaders, audio, and haptics. He spends his free time as a volunteer staff member at San Jose State University’s College of Engineering. He is a mentor and sponsor president of the Robotics Team at San Jose State University. Khalil is also a creator and maintainer of the libembeddedhal open source projects.


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