SCaLE is one of the longest running community Linux conferences in the world, this being it’s 16th year running in the Los Angeles Region. SCaLE has had an Embedded track for a long time, and this year will be featuring not only the regular Embedded presentation track, but also hosting E-ALE! We are very pleased to have SCaLE as the inaugural E-ALE location.
Please let us know how did at SCaLEx!
List of Topics and Speakers
|Thu||10am-1pm||Jason Kridner||PocketBeagle walk through|
|Thu||2pm-4pm||Behan Webster||Introduction to Kernel Modules and Kbuild|
|Thu||4pm-6pm||Marek Vasut||Introduction to the U-Boot bootloader|
|Fri||10am-1pm||Alan Ott||Anatomy of the USB Subsystem|
|Fri||2pm-4pm||Michael Welling||Building an I2C Driver|
|Fri||4pm-6pm||Michael Welling||Building an SPI Driver|
|Sat||10am-1pm||John Bonesio||Learn bitbake with Yocto Project|
|Sat||2pm-4pm||Tom King||An Introduction to BuildRoot|
|Sat||4pm-6pm||Behan Webster||Building images with Yocto Project|
All attendees of E-ALE must abide by the Code of Conduct of SCaLE.
What am I expected to know beforehand?
We make assumptions about attendees existing skills in the E-ALE seminars:
- You are comfortable using a command line interface
- You can program and know C
- You have some level of Linux userspace experience
These are not courses on "How to use Linux"
What should I bring to class?
Attendees must bring their own laptop with the following requirements:
- A minimum of a recent i5 processor
- 8GB of RAM
- Your plugin power supply (we will be compiling a lot)
- At least 100GB of free disk space
If your laptop doesn’t run Linux...
... please make sure you have a virtual machine program hypervisor available in order to install a Linux VM (for instance Virtual Box, or VMWare).