Peter Ujfalusi Kernel EngineerTexas Instruments
Linux kernel hacker mainly working with ASoC, joint maintainer of TI OMAP audio stack and author of several drivers in various subsystems.
My jump into Linux started with a Wireless LAN driver (for tnetw1100b) at Nokia Research center followed by all sorts of drivers for internal research platforms/projects. After moving from research to product focused team I started to work with Linux audio.
I was the sole ASoC developer (except for the FM audio part) for Nokia n9/n950 and worked with the PM and PulseAudio guys to optimize the system for latency and power efficiency.
At TI I have continued working with audio, maintaining mainline audio support for OMAP and adding DeviceTree and dmaegine support.
I'm also working with OMAP4+ ABE, ASoC dynamic PCM and firmware. Apart from audio I have recently touched other subsystems, like MFD, PWM and GPIO juts out of interest. When I'm not looking at C code I enjoy doing woodworking or any DIY thing which produces something concrete.
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ASoC, ALSA, device drivers, Gentoo Linux, woodworking
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