Embedded and Kernel Recipes speakers

BayLibre’s team experts talk in the Open source community

It’s the end of holidays and we’re ready to tackle September in fine fettle.
Two major conferences are taking place in the Embedded and Open source community.
BayLibre is sponsors at those events.
We are longing for them for good reasons!

Two Jedi of our team, will demonstrate their power as embedded systems experts.

  • Neil Armstrong (yes the real one !) : Embedded system expert and software engineer, one of the Embedded Recipes speakers
  • Kevin Hilman : Linux Kernel expert, one of the Kernel Recipes speakers

Embedded Recipes

The first edition of the Embedded Recipes conference, #er2017, will take place in Paris, the 26th of September 2017.

Just as it’s big sister, Kernel Recipes, the objective is to bring together a developer community.

That day will be dedicated to Embedded Open Source actors.

Share your experience with us. 

Neil Armstrong : From Embedded Recipe speakers

Software and Linux Embedded System Engineer

9 years of passion for embedded systems, Linux Expert.

Neil was keen on computing at the youngest age. He obtains his degree of engineering in computer science from Polytech Nice-Sophia.

He got into Neotion as a Linux embedded system engineer.

From this experience he has got increasingly interested in the Open source community.

Then, in 2015 he decides, to join the team BayLibre.


Kernel Recipes

We wish a happy 6th edition to Kernel Recipes!

From the 27th to the 29th September 2017 in Paris.

A great, human and professional experience as always.

A unique track of conferences on subjects as varied as:

  • Open source hardware,
  • Core,
  • Security,
  • Experience feedback,
  • Industrialization processes
  • and so many more…

Kevin Hilman: From Kernel recipes speakers

Linux Kernel Consulting and Engineering

20 years of engagement with Embedded Linux. Expert in power management. Upstream maintenance of Kernel subsystems.

Early in computer science, he earns a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Seattle.

Then in 2003 he decides to settle down in France and joins Texas Instrument. He works there as a Linux Kernel developer and meet his future collaborators.

Later he returns Seattle and Texas Instrument for a few years. He finally decides to join the team BayLibre.

 

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Embedded Recipes

Kernel Recipes

Linux Kernel v4.13 released, our contributions

Linux Kernel v4.13 released

BayLibre has continued our contribution to the Linux community as seen with this new version of Linux Kernel v4.13, released on Sept 3rd.

For this version we supplied:

  • multiple team members
  • many work hours
  • several cups of coffee
  • and a few pastries

An excellent summary of this release can be found at KernelNewbies.

Here is a summary of our contributions, organized by SoC family and a summary graph of contributions by developer.

Amlogic SoC family:

  • Add S905x based libretech-cc “Le Potato” board support (Succesfully backed on kickstarter)
  • Fix PWM for AO Domain
  • Add HDMI Nodes for more boards (p212, p230, Khadas VIM, Wetek Play2)
  • Support for the SPICC controller added
  • And missing GXL pinctrl pins

TI DaVinci SoC family:

  • da850: Enable CPPI 4.1 DMA to USB OTG controller
  • da850: vpif: adaptions for DT support

Various

  • Fix for Mediatek MMC driver