Learn bitbake with Yocto Project
Building an embedded project means building a bootloader, kernel, and root filesystem (with so many choices). The OpenEmbedded system, which is at the core of the Yocto Project, uses the bitbake tool to orchestrate the building of an image for a particular embedded board. In this seminar we will introduce you to bitbake, writing simple recipes, and building a minimal image to be run on the PocketBeagle development board. This seminar will include hands-on labs, so makes sure you bring a fast laptop with at least 100GB of free space.
Linux Foundation Instructor, Converse in Code Inc.https://training.linuxfoundation.org/@behanw
Behan Webster is a Computer Engineer who has spent more than two decades in diverse tech industries such as telecom, datacom, optical, wireless, automotive, medical, defence, and the game industry writing code for a range of hardware from the very small to the very large. Throughout his career, his work has always involved Linux most often in the areas of kernel level programming, drivers, embedded software, board bring-ups, software architecture, and build systems. He has been involved in a number of Open Source projects including being an early contributor to Debian Linux. Currently, Behan is the lead consultant and founder of Converse in Code Inc, an embedded Linux engineer, Yocto Project Ambassador and former project lead working on the LLVMLinux project as well as being a Trainer for the Linux Foundation. He has previously spoken at various Linux Conferences: Collab/OSLS, ELC, ELCE, OSSNA, Linux.conf.au, SCaLE, FOSDEM, Linaro Connect, LLVMdev. He is under the delusion he can fix most things with a “tiny little script”.