Linux Conf Australia took place two weeks ago in Hobart, Tasmania. For the second time, a Bootlin engineer gave a talk at this conference: for this edition, Bootlin CTO Thomas Petazzoni did a talk titled A tour of the ARM architecture and its Linux support. This talk was intended as an introduction-level talk to explain what is ARM, what is the concept behind the ARM architecture and ARM System-on-chip, bootloaders typically used on ARM and the Linux support for ARM with the concept of Device Tree.
Soon on stage at #lca2017 pic.twitter.com/ATMu4MVLzZ
— Thomas Petazzoni (@tpetazzoni) 18 janvier 2017
The slides of the talk are available in PDF format, and the video is available on Youtube. We got some nice feedback afterwards, which is a good indication a number of attendees found it informative.
All the videos from the different talks are also available on Youtube.
We once again found LCA to be a really great event, and want to thank the LCA organization for accepting our talk proposal and funding the travel expenses. Next year LCA, in 2018, will take place in Sydney, in mainland Australia.