- A new robotic framework that brings modernity into robotic application
- Dataflow Oriented Robotics Architecture
- Making robotic applications fast and simple!
Lesson 1（Mon,11.6）: Motivation and Basic Usage
Lesson 2（Wed,11.8）: Advanced features and how to contribute
Lesson 3（Fri,11.10）: On data format
Lesson 4（Mon,11.13）: On writing command line interface and tokio runtime
Lesson 5（Wed,11.15）: On writing a Python extension
Lesson 6（Fri,11.17）: On writing shared library
Lesson 7（Mon,11.20）: On distributed tracing, metrics, logs and Opentelemetry
Lesson 8（Wed,11.22）: On Zero Copy optimization and benchmark
Lesson 9（Fri,11.24）: On writing a custom serializer and deserializer
Lesson 10（Mon,11.27）: On writing custom Shared Memory server, TCP Stream
Lesson 11（Wed,11.29）: On Async runtime and CPU-bound task
Lesson 12（Fri,12.1）: Recap, planned features, questions, etc
Philipp Oppermann is a freelance Rust developer from Germany. He is interested in operating systems, embedded, and open-source software in general. His best-known project is the "Writing an OS in Rust" blog, which builds a basic x86 OS from scratch. Apart from dora-rs, he contributes to the x86_64, bootloader, and volatile crates, and is the main editor of the regular "This Month in Rust OSDev" newsletter.
Xavier Tao is a French software engineer developing practical open source ML/IA solutions. One previous project is Wonnx, a webGPU-based ONNX inference run-time fully written in Rust, which allows it to be available on internet browsers and natively on computers. Xavier is currently fully invested in the dora-rs robotic framework project. Dora-rs aims to make building robots fast and easy.
Time: 20:00pm UTC/GMT +8.00
Date: 2023.11.6 - 12.1
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