The LinuxCon North America conference was held a few days ago in Chicago.
A number of slides from the conference have been published. While the conference is a general purpose Linux conference, there were quite a few talks discussed kernel or low-level related topics that may be of interest to embedded Linux developers. Amongst them, we noted:
- Ever Growing CPU States: Context Swith with Less Memory and Better Performance
- Raspberry Pi Hacks and Projects
- Linux Performance Tools
- An Overview of Kernel Lock Improvements
- Compressing strings of the kernel
- Make your own usb gadget
- Kernel features for reducing power consumption on embedded devices
- Getting More Out Of System Suspend In Linux
- Linux Kernel Power Management (PM) Framework for ARM 64-bit processors
- RAS Enhancement Activities for Mission-critical Linux Systems
- Kpatch without Stop Machine
- Why you should consider using btrfs, real COW snapshots and file level incremental server OS upgrades like Google does.
- Testing Video4Linux Applications and Drivers
Not all the slides have been posted yet, so be sure to check the slides page regularly for updates!