Alan started programming when he was four years old on his dad’s Commodore 64 and began using Linux in the mid-90s while in high school. He currently works for SoftIron, a Silicon Valley startup making the world’s finest appliances for the data center. Alan is the creator and maintainer of M-Stack, a free and open source USB device stack for PIC microcontrollers, and HIDAPI, a cross-platform host-side USB HID library; and is a contributor to the Linux kernel in the areas of USB and 802.15.4. He has presented at Microchip MASTERs, at Embedded Linux Conference in the US and Europe, and as an instructor for the Linux Foundation.
|proposed||Thu||3:00pm-4:30pm||Everything you ever wanted to know about libusb|
|SCaLE16x||Fri||10:00am-1:00pm||Anatomy of the USB Subsystem|