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Arduino and Raspberry Pi: Better Together

Oct 20
18:30 - 18:55


Eben Upton

Founder and CEO , Raspberry Pi

Philip Lewer

Director of Ecosystem and Developer Relations, Machine Learning, Arm

Massimo Banzi

Co-Founder, Arduino SA

Arduino and Raspberry Pi are two of the biggest platforms across the entire industry. Until the start of 2021 when Raspberry Pi launched their first microcontroller product, the RP2040, they both focused on different areas of the market; Raspberry Pi focused on Cortex-A microprocessor-based devices, whereas Arduino have been at the forefront of Cortex-M microcontroller development.

Join this virtual campfire conversation with Massimo Banzi, co-founder of Arduino, and Eben Upton, Founder of Raspberry Pi, to hear how they worked together to bring different RP2040-based devices to the market; what they think the future of microcontroller development looks like; and how developers can adapt to these changes. Plus, you'll have the chance to ask the founders your questions.

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