Back from Kernel Recipes: slides and videos

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.

Conclusion

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!

Free Electrons at Embedded and Kernel Recipes 2017

Kernel RecipesEmbedded RecipesThe Kernel Recipes conference has become over the last few years a very interesting conference, with an original single track format and a limited number of attendees, which fosters communication and networking. Held in Paris, France, it is obviously a conference of choice for Free Electrons engineers to attend and speak at. We participated to multiple editions, Free Electrons engineer Maxime Ripard gave a talk at the 2014 edition, while Thomas Petazzoni gave a talk at the 2013 edition.

In 2017, the organizers decided to complement the 3-day Kernel Recipes conference with a 1-day Embedded Recipes event, and Free Electrons will participate by having two engineers attend those events and give talks:

If you’re interested in attending one of those events, make sure to register on time, there are only 100 seats available!

Free Electrons at the Kernel Recipes conference

Kernel RecipesThe 2016 edition of the Kernel Recipes conference will take place from September 28th to 30th in Paris. With talks from kernel developers Jonathan Corbet, Greg Kroah-Hartmann, Daniel Vetter, Laurent Pinchart, Tejun Heo, Steven Rosdedt, Kevin Hilman, Hans Verkuil and many others, the schedule looks definitely very appealing, and indeed the event is now full.

Thomas Petazzoni, Free Electrons CTO, will be attending this event. If you’re interested in discussing business or career opportunities with Free Electrons, this event will be a great place to meet together.

Videos of XDC2014 and Kernel Recipes 2014

Recently, two interesting conferences took place in France: the X.org developer conference (in Bordeaux, October 8th-10th) and the Kernel Recipes conference (in Paris, September 25th-26th).

X.org Foundation logo

Kernel Recipes logo

Both conferences have now published videos and slides of the different talks:

  • for the XDC 2014 conference, they are available in the program page
  • for the Kernel Recipes conference, they are available from the schedule page

It also means that the video of the talk given by Free Electrons engineer Maxime Ripard about the support for Allwinner processors in the kernel is now available: video, slides.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJmZkzq651Q

Free Electrons at Kernel Recipes, September 2013, Paris

Kernel Recipes conference logoFor the second year, a company called Hupstream, located in Paris, is organizing in France a conference fully dedicated to kernel development: Kernel Recipes (French), on September 24th and 25th.

While we at Free Electrons couldn’t participate to last year edition, it looked like a very interesting conference, with both useful talks and an audience grouping a significant number of kernel developers and companies interested in kernel development in France. So this year, we are very happy to participate to this conference:

We are definitely looking forward to meeting some of the French kernel developers we have been in contact with over the last months (see the list of participants). It is also worth mentioning that Free Electrons has an open position for a kernel or embedded Linux engineer, and that this conference is a great opportunity to meet us!