Over the one and a half year I (Anders) have consulted for Zenterio, there have been significant changes. My company Kiwi Embedded has been incorporated as Sparv Embedded AB. Zenterio has changed logotype, expanded from around a hundred to 180 employees and acquired companies 27M and Systemagic. It has been interesting to help Zenterio along in their development and I’ve learned more myself along the way, but now is a suitable time to step down and give Sparv Embedded my full attention again.
These have been my duties at Zenterio:
Plan and organize day-to-day and medium-term work for an engineering team in the role of scrum master.
Design and lead the implementation of a platform component for presenting an unified view of all available media files. Port, integrate and debug a media sharing library for DLNA server, DLNA client and DTCP-IP media encryption, including on-site debugging in Germany.
Port and integrate Lua for a set-top box environment. Manage overseas consultants in extending the integration and support students’ projects that utilize the integration.
Investigate Linux user space memory allocation in the constrained environment of a Broadcom set-top box.
I have used these tools and technologies:
C, C++, Lua
make and custom makesystem
Embedded Linux with uclibc and busybox
Linux IPC and Apache Thrift
I’m happy to see my work has met with approval from Zenterio management:
Anders has a very good systematic approach and an ability to visualize this in an excellent way.
Anders has performed to the highest level of satisfaction. He has been committed to our project goals, assumed responsibility and gone the extra mile when needed.
From now on, I work full-time with Sparv Embedded. I will mainly market and continue developing the weather sounding system Windsond.