For many years, Bootlin has helped plenty of engineers around the world get started with the Yocto Project and OpenEmbedded thanks to our Yocto Project and OpenEmbedded development training course, whose training materials are freely accessible, to everyone.
We are happy to announce that we have just published the update of these materials to cover this new Kirstone release. Our practical lab instructions, available for both the STM32MP1 Discovery Kit and the BeagleBoneBlack, have been correspondingly updated:
- Practical labs on STM32MP1 Discovery Kit
- Practical labs on BeagleBoneBlack
- Data needed for the practical labs
- Git repository of training materials source code
This update was done by Bootlin engineer Luca Ceresoli, who is teaching this updated version of our course this week. The next public session, open to individual registration, will take place on September 26-30, and will be taught by Maxime Chevallier. If you are interested, you can register directly online. We also offer this course in private sessions, organized on demand for your team, either on-line or on-site, you can contact us for more details.