Hackster and NXP launch RTOS survey to gather feedback from developers

Survey aims to improve future planning and drive improvements for real-time operating systems and microcontrollers, with participants having the chance to win debug probes.


Hackster, an Avnet Community, has recently launched a survey in partnership with NXP Semiconductors focused on real-time operating systems (RTOS) and microcontrollers (MCUs). The survey, running through May 21, aims to gather feedback from all developers who use RTOS and MCUs

By completing the survey, developers can provide valuable feedback to help silicon chip manufacturers and solution developers understand more about their use and adoption of MCUs and RTOS. Their honest assessment will inform future planning and help drive improvements to their development experience.

To show appreciation for their participation, NXP will be giving away four different types of debug probes to 20 lucky survey participants.

The debug probes include:

Developers who use RTOS and MCUs are encouraged to participate and share their experiences. This is an opportunity to have a direct impact on the development of RTOS and MCUs and to help shape the future of these technologies. The survey is quick and easy to complete, and all responses will be kept anonymous.

Winners will be contacted via the email provided in your survey submission on or before June 2, 2023. You must claim your prize by June 9, 2023.

For more information and to complete the survey by May 21, visit Hackster.io.


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