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Tuesday, October 11 • 16:10 - 17:00
Stuck in 2009 - How I Survived - Will Sheppard, Embedded Bits Limited

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When developing Linux based products it's desirable to use the latest version of the Linux kernel - however this is not always possible. In this presentation Will Sheppard will enlighten you with his experiences in developing a product based on a 2.6.28 kernel. Throughout the presentation he will share with you the reasons why you can be stuck with an old kernel, the issues this causes and the surprising and unexpected benefits that also arise. The presentation will also give you an indication as to how far the kernel has developed since 2009 and perhaps some hope if you too are also stuck working in the past.

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Will Sheppard

Embedded Linux Software Engineer, Embedded Bits Limited
Will Sheppard is an embedded Linux software engineer at Embedded Bits Limited - a provider of embedded Linux professional engineering services. His unbounded passion for understanding everything and the challenges presented by his customers has given him in-depth knowledge in a wide range of areas surrounding tool-chain, kernel and driver development, optimisation and video technologies on a variety of hardware platforms.


Tuesday October 11, 2016 16:10 - 17:00
Hall Berlin A - Ground Level

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