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Talk today: the state of embedded Linux

Jan 29, 2004 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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Rick Lehrbaum, founder and editor-in-chief of LinuxDevices.com, will give a noontime keynote address today at a conference in San Jose, Calif., on the state of the embedded Linux market. Lehrbaum's presentation is also available online for the benefit of those unable to attend.

Lehrbaum will deliver his keynote as part of the Real-time and Embedded Computing Conference. The event is free to those working in the embedded computing industry — take a business card with you to the Doubletree Hotel on 2050 Gateway Place if you wish to attend. More information is available at the event's Website.

For the benefit of those unable to attend, Lehrbaum's presentation is available online.

View online presentation

Note: Lehrbaum's presentation will include a sneak preview of selected interim data from our in-process 2004 Embedded Linux Market Survey. Sorry, we decided not to make that portion of his presentation available online until the survey has ended.


 
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