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Wednesday, March 25 • 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Improving the Embedded Linux Development Workflow - Paul Eggleton, Intel

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The Yocto Project provides a standard way for embedded systems developers to build a customised Linux-based OS from sources, as well as being able to produce an accompanying SDK for application developers to use. However, up to this point there have been divisions between the worlds of the different types of developers working on the same project. With the increasing numbers of places Linux is going, such as drones and the wider Internet of Things, time to market is key and for that, interaction between the different types of developers is increasingly important. In this presentation, Paul Eggleton will describe some of the new tools and enhancements being developed within the Yocto Project to try to bridge the divide between the developer's environment and the OS image that ends up on the embedded device.

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Paul Eggleton

Embedded Linux Engineer, Intel's Open Source Technology Centre
Paul Eggleton is an embedded Linux engineer working for Intel's Open Source Technology Centre. A long time member of the OpenEmbedded community, Paul joined Intel in November 2010 to work on the Yocto Project, concentrating mostly on core build system enhancements. Paul has been a software developer for 10 years and a contributor to a number of Open Source projects, and was a speaker at FOSDEM 2012.


Wednesday March 25, 2015 1:40pm - 2:30pm
WG 2/3