GCC is an optimizing compiler, currently most common compiler to build software for Embedded Linux systems like Android, Yocto Project etc. This tutorial will introduce specific optimizations and features of GCC which are less known but could benefit optimizing software especially for embedded use while highlight the effect of common optimizations. While it will focus on squeezing most out of GCC, it will also cover some of pessimizations to avoid and will tip the developer to write code thats more conducive (compiler friendly) for general optimizations. They will also get some contrast with other compilers when needed
Principal Linux Architect, Comcast
Khem Raj is Principal Linux Architect at Comcast. His background includes RDK architecture and opensource, hands-on product development and R&D and also maintains GCC cross-toolchain for JUNOS on ARM/MIPS/x86/PPC. Khem is member of Advisory Board for Yocto Project and also Technical Steering Committee for OpenEmbedded project. He also maintains Angstrom. Distribution, Default distribution for beagleboard.org family of devices. He is an active... Read More →
Wednesday April 30, 2014 11:30am - 12:20pm
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