This year's summer LinuxWorld conference will feature three separate one-day, vendor-sponsored programs aimed at embedded Linux device developers. Set for Aug. 6-9 in San Francisco, the event includes programs from Access, Motorola, and Wind River.
- Access Developer Day — Tues., Aug. 7
- Access Linux Platform: An architectural overview
- Access Linux Platform: Garnet VM compatibility station
- The Access Linux Platform development suite: tools and techniques
- Orange compatibility — What is it and how do I get it?
- Building native applications for Access Linux Platform
- Motorola Fast Track with MotoDev — Wed., Aug. 8
- An opportunity to meet Motorola developers, discover Motorola's MotoDev tools (based on Eclipse DSDP tools from yesterday's Europa release), and “get tips directly from on-site developer support engineers,” Motorola said
- Wind River Developer Day — Thurs., Aug. 9
- Embedded Linux 101 and beyond
- Demystifying real-time Linux in embedded device development
- Open source platforms for mobile devices: why can't we all just get along?
The sessions are open to anyone with a conference pass. Alternatively, developers can pay $95 per session to attend.
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