FOSDEM is an exciting event where hackers can meet to share ideas and experiences about free and open source software.
With hundreds of talks in the schedule it’s hard to find a topic that is not covered. And with thousands of participants it’s easy to meet people with common interests, including the developers of free software you’re using daily!
This year I’ve been selected to give talk a titled “How I survived to a SoC with a terrible Linux BSP“.
If you’re interested in embedded Linux systems you’ll probably find interesting talks in the rest of the Embedded, mobile and automotive devroom schedule. But also the Architectures main track, the IoT devroom and the Electronic Design Automation devroom should get a bit of your attention.
See you in Brussels!