Below is the full list of videos from the Linaro Connect Q1.12 event. Click on the ones you want to view or check out the Linaro youtube channel for these and other videos we’ve posted from other events as well.
- Sangwook Lee Demos Icecream Sandwich on Origen Board
- Linaro Connect Q1.12 Closing Plenary
- Matthew Locke, TI
- Arnd Bergmann & Deepak Saxena of Linaro’s Kernel Working Group
- John Stultz: Upstream Kernel Engineer
- Micheal Hope: Linaro Toolchain Tech Lead
- Thomas Abraham: Samsung Kernel Engineer
- Linus Walleij: Pincontrol and pinmuxing in the Linux Kernel
- Robert Lee: CPUIdle and Power Management in the Linux Kernel
- Måns Rullgård, Optimizing for Linux on ARM
- Kiko and Alexander Sack: Baking upstream code into Linaro builds
- David Mandala: Ubuntu ARM Team Manager
- Jesse Barker: Linaro Graphics Projects, featuring binary blobs
- How to do a Linaro Android Build
- Botao Sun Demos Android on TI Pandaboard
- Zach Pfeffer Demos the i.MX6, Origen & Snowball
- Zach Pfeffer: Linaro Android Tech Lead
- Tim Bird and David Rusling Chat at Linaro Connect
- Tim Bird of the Linux Foundation at Linaro Connect
- XBMC on ST-ERICSSON’s Snowball
- Ubuntu TV Demo
- Linaro Connect Plenary: Andrea Gallo of ST-ERICSSON
- Linaro Connect: Patrik Klinger Talks Snowball & The Igloo Community
- Kiko, Linaro Engineering VP: ARM, the new mainstream
- George Grey, Linaro CEO, Plenary Presentation at Linaro Connect Q1.12
- David Rusling, Linaro CTO, Phase III Plenary Presentation at Linaro Connect Q1.12
If you think this range of topics, speakers, interviewees and demos are fantastic then you’ll want to join us at Linaro Connect Q2.12 which is being held from 28 May through 1 June at the Gold Coast Hotel in Hong Kong. Registration for this event is now open.
Linaro is a not-for-profit engineering organization with over 120 engineers working on consolidating and optimizing open source software for the ARM architecture, including the GCC toolchain, the Linux kernel, ARM power management, graphics and multimedia interfaces.
To ensure commecial quality software, Linaro’s work includes comprehensive test and validation on member hardware platforms. The full scope of Linaro’s engineering work is open to all online. Open engineering has been practised from the start at Linaro with plans, specifications and progress available for inspection on the developer Wiki. Linaro is distribution neutral: it wants to provide the best software foundations to everyone, and to reduce non-differentiating and costly low level fragmentation.
More information about Linaro can be found at: http://www.linaro.org
About Linaro Connect
The industry’s largest and most important event for developing Linux on ARM, Linaro Connect Q2.12 will be located in Hong Kong for the first time, enabling access for many companies and individuals new to Linaro.
All attendees can expect to work with some of the best software developers as we plan out and code the future of Linux on ARM. It will be an intensive week consisting of discussion and planning in the morning, engineering in the afternoon and socialising in the evening.
More information about Linaro Connect can be found at: http://connect.linaro.org/events/event/linaro-connect-q2-12/