As we announced previously, we participated to the Embedded Recipes and Kernel Recipes conferences in September in Paris. Three people from Free Electrons attended the event: Free Electrons CEO Michael Opdenacker, and Free Electrons engineers Mylène Josserand and Maxime Ripard.
Introduction to Yocto Project / OpenEmbedded, by Mylène Josserand
Mylène Josserand gave an Introduction to the Yocto Project / OpenEmbedded-core. The slides are available in PDF or as LaTeX code.
An introduction to the Linux DRM subsystem, by Maxime Ripard
Maxime Ripard gave an Introduction to the Linux DRM subsystem. The slides are available in PDF or as LaTeX code.
Other videos and slides
The slides of all talks are available on the Embedded Recipes and Kernel Recipes conference websites. Youtube playlists are available for Embedded Recipes 2017 and Kernel Recipes 2017 as well.
With its special one track format, an attendance limited to 100 people, excellent choice of talks and nice social events, Kernel Recipes remains a very good conference that we really enjoyed. Embedded Recipes, which was in its first edition this year, followed the same principle, with the same success. We’re looking forward to attending next year editions, and hopefully contributing a few talks as well. See you all at Embedded and Kernel Recipes in 2018!