Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2016
Someone else's notes
October 21, 2016
I was in Berlin last week for ELCE, and it was great. It was a nice mix of talks on many different subjects, and as always you come back with lots of new ideas and improved motivation.
As you know, I took some notes for Kernel Recipes 2016, and lots of people at ELCE told me they were glad to have read them. I have since updated the article with videos and LWN links for future readers.
Since I was recovering from attending dotGo on monday, and then flying to Berlin, I did not take notes at ELCE this year. But I stumbled during the conference on Arnout Vandecappelle, Buildroot contributor and fellow Embedded Engineer. He took great notes which he posted on his company's blog:
- IRQs: the Hard, the Soft, the Threaded and the Preemptible – Alison Chaiken
- Survey of Open Hardware 2016 – John Hawley, Intel
- Building a Bards Farm: Continuous Integration and Remote Control – Antoine Tenart & Quentin Schulz, Free Electrons
- Demystifying Systemd for Embedded Systems – Gustavo Sverzut Barbieri, ProFUSION Embedded Systems
- Running UBI/UBIFS on MLC NAND – Richard Weinberger, sigma star & Boris Brezillon, Free Electrons
- Reconfigurable Computing Architecture for the Linux Kernel – Vince Bridgers & Yves Vandervennet, Intel (ex-Altera)
- Using SCHED_DEADLINE – Steven Rostedt, Red Hat
- The Internet of Things and Life Beyond Linux – Wolfgang Mauerer, Technical University Regensburg/Siemens AG
- Modernizing the NAND Framework: The Big Picture – Boris Brezillon, Free Electrons
- Update on Shared Logging between the Kernel and the Bootloader – Sean Hudson, Mentor Graphics, Inc
- GPIO for Engineers and Makers – Linus Walleij
- Open-Source Tools for FPGA Development – Marek Vašut, DENX Software Engineering
I attended a few of those talks, and I can tell you he did a great recap.
See you next year !