The Kernel Recipes conference has become over the last few years a very interesting conference, with an original single track format and a limited number of attendees, which fosters communication and networking. Held in Paris, France, it is obviously a conference of choice for Free Electrons engineers to attend and speak at. We participated to multiple editions, Free Electrons engineer Maxime Ripard gave a talk at the 2014 edition, while Thomas Petazzoni gave a talk at the 2013 edition.
In 2017, the organizers decided to complement the 3-day Kernel Recipes conference with a 1-day Embedded Recipes event, and Free Electrons will participate by having two engineers attend those events and give talks:
- Mylène Josserand will give an Introduction to Yocto Project and OpenEmbedded during the Embedded Recipes event
- Maxime Ripard will give an Introduction to the Linux DRM subsystem during the Kernel Recipes event
If you’re interested in attending one of those events, make sure to register on time, there are only 100 seats available!