Introducing Embedded Linux to Universities - Victor Rodriguez, Intel
The Linux kernel is the core of many embedded system. However many universities word wide face the problem of adapt their embedded curricula into the Linux kernel world. Victor will present a strategy based on his experience to make this adaptation easier, productive and adaptable to multiple universities and embedded platform manufacturers.
Maintainer and Developer, Intel
Victor has being maintainer and developer of the board OMAP138 Hawk board on the Linux project. At Intel he has being working as SW validation and tool development engineer in HPC and binary translation teams. In his free time is volunteer with Intel Education and regularly gives technical presentations to universities and contributes to increase the level of Atom/Linux/Embedded knowledge in local universities.
Wednesday April 30, 2014 4:20pm - 5:10pm
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