Headline features are the invention of the power button and something called a real-time clock.
Snark aside, whether it is worthwhile for your projects will depend on a lot of things. It seems to have a lot of improvements and be adapting a fair bit to how people have been wanting to use their Pis with expanded support PCIe and
such. It is not the king of performance per watt. I found Jeff Geerlings video rundown of it helpful.
Reset potentially outdated indexes when persisted logs are loaded. Fixes the case where the persisted logs might have a much higher index than the current buffer, so every new log gets added before the loaded logs
Nerves.Bootstrap would fail to start in some cases where the dependencies had not been fetched and Nerves.Bootstrap would try to warn about the :nerves version requirement. This check has been moved to deps.precompile which happens after dependencies are fetched and also helps halt the build process if the :nerves version
Cocoa Xu will cover her work
with TensorFlow Lite (tflite) which is very embedded-oriented. The embedded-friendly option for running ML inference using Nx and if you want to use Coral TPUs and such. Read more here.
The ladies bringing the embedded this time around.
I am going to be putting on the first live BEAM Radio with me, José Valim and Sasa Juric!
Participating in the community
The Nerves community is found wherever Elixirists gather. Try any of the following: