Sigrok: Using Logic to Debug Logic (Matt Ranostay)
This talk will highlight the shortfalls of current debugging software for Linux using various cheap to expensive devices which some are completely Open Hardware. Sigrok project will be demoed in full along with some comparable OSS debugger based projects. Various things can be done within a Linux environment to progress low-level Linux development using logic analyzers + DSO + JTAG. Various features will be discussed including but not limited to simple + complex triggers, DDR mode hacks, and protocol decoding.
Hardware Debugging Tools (David Anders)
Ubiquitous, powerful, and low-cost microcontrollers have enabled a new breed of capable yet affordable logic analyzers and oscilloscopes. Not only are these types of tools now cost effective, but their creation provides great examples of how the open source model has the ability to positively impact a wide range of fields outside of the realm of software development.
Open Hardware Design Engineer, Intel
Software Engineer specializing in the integration of hardware and software at the lowest levels utilizing Open Source tools, bootloaders, and operating systems such as Linux to rapidly produce quality products. Past product developments have included the TCSX-1 thin client for Advantage Business Computer Systems, the M5900 handheld for American Microsystems Ltd., the PandaBoard for Texas Instruments, and the MinnowBoard Max for Intel.
Software Engineer, Intel Open Source Technology Center
Matt has worked in the Embedded Linux field in various roles for 6+ years at various companies including Embedded Alley, Mentor Graphics and currently at Intel's Open Source Technology Center. He also has been an active member in the Beagleboard community, and has given talks about using the platform.
Wednesday April 30, 2014 4:20pm - 5:10pm
Attendance numbers do not account for private attendees. Get there early!