Videos from four keynote talks and two-dozen sessions at the Embedded Linux Conference 2013 in San Francisco last month are now available for free viewing, courtesy of the Linux Foundation, which held the event. The videos cover a wide range of embedded Linux development, deployment, and marketing topics.
To view the videos, click each keynote or session title below.
- Google’s Self Driving Cars
- Code Sweat: Embed with Nightmares
- Working Together to Accelerate Linux Development
- Is Android The New Embedded Linux? (panel discussion)
- External Pre-built Binary Toolchains
- Target Communications Framework
- olibc: Another C Runtime Library
- Namespaces for Security
- Listening to your Users: Refactoring the Yocto Project
- In Kernel Switcher: A Solution
- Extending the SWSUSP Hibernation Framework to ARM
- Security: Best Practices for Embedded Systems
- Easy UI and Elev8
- Bringing kconfig to EGLIBC
- An Insight into the Advanced XIP Filesystem (AXFS)
- Adventures in (Simulated) Asymmetric Scheduling
- Using and Understanding the Real-Time Cyclictest Benchmark
- Optimizing GStreamer Video Plugins
- LLVMLinux: Compiling the Linux Kernel with LLVM
- How to Decide the Linux Kernel Version
- Building a Custom Embedded Linux Distribution
- Common Clock Framework: How to use it
- Can you Market an Open Source Project?
- Controlling Multi-Core Race Conditions on Linux/Android
- Atom for Embedded Linux Hackers and the DIY Community
- Anatomy of an Embedded KMS Driver
Yocto Project Developer’s Day:
- Yocto Project Developer’s Day 2013 — Introduction
- Yocto Project Developer’s Day 2013 — Working with the Kernel
If you’d like copies of the slides from any of the above talks, you should be able to download them here.
For lots more freely-accessible videos on embedded, mobile, and other Linux topics including training, visit the video area of the Linux Foundation’s Linux.com website, here.