Omer Kilic

IoT Plumber at Ordinatra Minima

Omer is an embedded systems engineer who works at the various intersections of hardware and software engineering practices, product development and manufacturing.

Past Activities

Omer Kilic
Code BEAM America 2021
04 Nov 2021
12.20 - 12.45

MQTT for Home/Building Automation Hardware Interfacing

Isn't it great when abstractions just work?

The countless interpretations of the term Internet of Things erased the boundaries of software / firmware / middleware / hardware and anyone embarking on an IoT project now has to understand the full stack. This is great engineering fun but harsh realities of project delivery, timelines and costs require creative thinking on how the “plumbing” of an IoT deployment should work.

This brief talk will introduce the ubiquitous Zigbee wireless protocol and the ecosystem surrounding it, with a quick demo of zigbee2mqtt and some hardware in action.

Omer Kilic
Code Mesh LDN
07 Nov 2019
10.35 - 11.20

Bare metal from a hardware perspective: embedded frameworks and build systems

It's an exciting time to be interested in programming languages as the abundance of computing power, even in the smallest devices around us, makes almost every language a viable choice for implementation. Almost.

While it is true that we have quad-core Raspberry Pi computers and the term "bare metal" gets thrown around a lot, the reality of chips and architectures used in commercial embedded devices often create friction between the hardware and software world.






To present a bottom-up approach in breaking down the software components of embedded devices.


Engineers interested in understanding what is inside commercial embedded devices around us all.