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Embedded conference features Linux track

Aug 2, 2007 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — views

The East Coast version of CMP's semi-annual embedded developer conference will once again include a track devoted to Linux and open source. Set for Sept. 18-21 in Boston, the Embedded Systems Conference East is co-located this year with conferences on Web development, software development, and RFID.

The Linux track at ESC East comprises nine sessions, including 60-, 90-, and 180-minute classes. Instructors include Robert Day, Michael Anderson, Edmund Walsh, and well-known embedded Linux instructor William Gatliff, pictured above, who chairs the track.

Other tracks at the four-day event likely to interest Linux device developers include automotive technology; debugging, verification, and test; DSP and multimedia programming; hardware design; multi-core; real-time; security; and UML. Other featured presenters include Jack Ganssle, Michael Barr, Dan Saks, Bruce Powel Douglass, Larry Mittag, and David Kalinsky.

Additional details about ESC Boston can be found on its website, here. The show is co-located this year with TechMash, SD Best Practices, and RFID World: Boston.

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