Slides from the Embedded Linux Conference

Two weeks ago, the entire Free Electrons engineering team (9 persons) attended the Embedded Linux Conference in San Diego. We had some really good time there, with lots of interesting talks and useful meetings and discussions.

Tim Bird opening the conferenceDiscussion between Linus Torvalds and Dirk Hohndel

In addition to attending the event, we also participated by giving 5 different talks on various topics, for which we are publishing the slides:

Boris Brezillon, the new NAND Linux subsystem maintainer, presented on Modernizing the NAND framework: The big picture.

Boris Brezillon's talk on the NAND subsystem

Antoine Ténart presented on Using DT overlays to support the C.H.I.P’s capes.

Antoine Tenart's talk on using DT overlays for the CHIP

Maxime Ripard, maintainer of the Allwinner platform support in Linux, presented on Bringing display and 3D to the C.H.I.P computer.

Maxime Ripard's talk on display and 3D for the CHIP

Alexandre Belloni and Thomas Petazzoni presented Buildroot vs. OpenEmbedded/Yocto Project: a four hands discussion.

Belloni and Petazzoni's talk on OpenEmbedded vs. Buildroot

Thomas Petazzoni presented GNU Autotools: a tutorial.

Petazzoni's tutorial on the autotools

All the other slides from the conference are available from the event page as well as from eLinux.org Wiki. All conferences have been recorded, and the videos will hopefully be posted soon by the Linux Foundation.

About Thomas Petazzoni

Thomas Petazzoni is an embedded Linux and kernel engineer at Free Electrons. He is a lead developer of Buildroot and also a contributor to the Linux kernel. More details...
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