[ANNOUNCE] Embedded Linux Conference Europe Program Announced

Tim Bird <tim.bird@...>


The CE Linux Forum is pleased to announce the program for
Embedded Linux Conference Europe, 2010. This event
brings together embedded Linux experts from Europe and around the world.
This year the event is planned for October 26-28, in Cambridge, UK.
We are happy to be co-located with the GStreamer conference, to be
held October 26 in the same venue.

A full list of ELC Europe sessions is available at:
and for program details, see:

Note that the main conference days are October 27 and 28, with
some tutorial workshops offered October 26.

Registration is now open at the above web site.

Information about the GStreamer conference is available at:


The conference will host almost 50 sessions, including presentations,
Birds-of-a-Feather sessions, keynotes and tutorials. The sessions
will cover such wide-ranging topics as:
* Linux in Mobile
* Porting and board bring-up
* Android
* Meego
* Video and Multimedia
* Boot technologies, including fast booting
* Toolchains
* Power management
* Real-time
* Memory analysis and performance
* Flash file systems
* Security
* License compliance
and much more.

Presenters are Linux developers and experts from companies
like: Texas Instruments, Intel, ARM, Wind River, Mentor Graphics,
ST Ericsson, Alcatel-Lucent, ST Microelectronics, Montavista,
Sony, Pengutronix, Samsung, Nokia, and Toshiba.

Here are some of the experts presenting at this event:
* Ari Rauch - Senior director of Software and Systems Engineering
for TI's wireless OMAP processor group
* Ralf Baechle - Maintainer of the MIPS architecture in the
Linux kernel
* Wolfram Sang - Developer at Pengutronix, and longtime
kernel contributor
* Armijn Hemel - A driving force at gpl-violations.org
* Kevin Hillman - Former MontaVistan, long-time kernel power manage-
ment guru, and maintainer of the TI DaVinci SoC kernel code
* Wookey - Maintainer of YAFFS, and embedded Debian contributor
* Grant Likely - Kernel maintainer for some embedded PowerPC boards
and the new flattened device tree system
* Frank Rowand - Realtime Linux practitioner at Sony Corporation

Registration includes access to all sessions, demos, BOF meetings,
and lunch and snacks each day.

There will also be a fun social event Wednesday night,
hosted by Intel.

== Tutorials
We have also arranged for some hands-on tutorial sessions on
Tuesday, October 26. There will be 2 half-day sessions taught
by experienced Linux trainer and consultant Chris Simmonds.
The sessions cover basic embedded Linux bring-up and an
introduction to Android development. Space for these sessions
is limited, and requires an extra fee. See the tutorial page
for details.

== Sponsors
Sponsors for the event include the CE Linux Forum, Texas Instruments,
Linaro, Google, and Intel. All of these groups or companies are interested
in enhancing and promoting Linux in embedded products.

== Registration
To register, please follow the link at:

Registration is open to professionals and hobbyists, who receive
a substantially discounted rate.

If you have any questions, send e-mail to elce-10@....

I hope you can make it!
-- Tim

Tim Bird
Architecture Group Chair, CE Linux Forum
Senior Staff Engineer, Sony Corporation of America