Atom for Embedded Linux Hackers and the DIY Community - Scott Garman, Intel Open Source Technology Center
As costs have come down and the power of embedded platforms has increased, the hacker/maker community is playing an increasingly critical role in the creation of disruptive technologies. The "Next Big Thing" will likely start out as a hacker project using a commodity embedded hardware platform. Intel's Atom-based offerings continue to grow while targeting new niches in embedded applications. This talk will outline exciting new developments with Atom processors in the embedded space, and how hackers can make best use of these advantages.
This talk will be relevant to hackers, hobbyists, and people interested in developing embedded products based on Atom, and is open to all technical experience levels.
Embedded Linux Engineer and Technical Evangelist, Intel's Open Source Technology Center
Scott Garman is an Embedded Linux Engineer and Technical Evangelist at Intel's Open Source Technology Center. He is a core team member of the Yocto Project and is cultivating an open source community around the MinnowBoard embedded hardware platform. Scott is active in the open source developer community in Portland, OR.
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