The Vision 2008 Embedded Linux Developers Conference will be held at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco, California, October 1-3, 2008. The event is hosted by MontaVista Software. Vision 2008 will provide hundreds of embedded Linux developers with real-world tips, techniques, and tools to get the most out of open source software for their design projects. Early registration discounts are now available.
In addition to new product introductions and educational sessions on technical topics, Vision 2008 will showcase the latest development tools and hardware platforms from dozens of companies. Developers who attend the conference will learn new ways to accelerate embedded application development and to design improved functionality, performance, and power conservation for intelligent devices, from consumer electronics and networking hardware to smartphones and more.
Vision 2008 Highlights
- Presentations by Linux industry speakers, including Jim Ready, MontaVista’s founder and CTO; Jonathan Corbet, editor of LWN.net; Christopher Hallinan, author of the #1 selling book on embedded Linux, Embedded Linux Primer; and dozens more top developers and technical experts.
- Multiple-session tracks focused on key topics, including the open source community, advanced Linux development, developing real-time applications, debugging, networking, system optimization, and a hands-on lab on developing applications for multicore processors.
- Birds-of-a-feather sessions for developers to exchange ideas about real-time Linux, power management, GPL licensing, and the Linux kernel.
- A full-day “Hands-on Device Driver Bootcamp” at the start of the conference to give developers hands-on experience developing embedded Linux device drivers.
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