We have just published at http://free-electrons.com/blog/hardware-infrastructure-free-electrons-lab/ a blog post that details the hardware architecture of our lab: the components we use at the hardware level and how our lab is organized.
This blog post is the first in a series, with other blog posts talking about the software architecture.
For some time, because of stronger demand for on-site sessions, in addition to being very busy with projects, we couldn't propose "public" training sessions in French any more. We only kept the sessions in English in Avignon, France.
Such sessions, open to individual registration, are now back in 2017 in Toulouse, France.
All details on http://free-electrons.com/training/sessions/
Read our blog post at http://free-electrons.com/blog/free-electrons-at-linux-conf-au-january-2017/ for more details, and do not hesitate to contact us if you plan to attend the conference!
For French speakers, don't miss this free event if you are available for travel to Toulouse on that week-end. The program is impressive: https://2016.capitoledulibre.org/programme.html
Note the talk from Maxime Ripard, my colleague at Free Electrons, on the C.H.I.P. SBC from NextThing Co (https://getchip.com/).
Hoping to see you there!
Read our blog post at http://free-electrons.com/blog/elce-2016-videos/ to discover the videos and slides of our talks.
For students in French universities, Free Electrons announces internship topics for 2017:
- Kernel Continuous Integration and Buildroot Toolchains
- Video Decoding Driver Development
See details on http://free-electrons.com/fr/blog/stage-printemps-2017/ (French)
The work has been merged in U-Boot and is part of the latest 2016.09 release. It has also been merged in libfdt upstream 10 days ago.
Read more about this work in our blog post at http://free-electrons.com/blog/dt-overlay-uboot-libfdt/
At Free Electrons, we believe in the usefulness and strong potential of embedded Linux, free and open-source software and open standards in embedded systems and mobile devices.
The goal we chose at Free Electrons is to support companies and organizations using embedded Linux in their embedded projects.
We do this by:
- Offering our broad embedded Linux development experience through ourdevelopment services. We can help you to introduce Linux and open-source software in your embedded products and projects: Linux kernel porting and device driver development, integration of open-source components and system building.
- Offering embedded Linux training sessions: Embedded Linux course for engineers starting with embedded Linux, Linux kernel and driver development course for engineers in the need of device driver development knowledge and experience, and Android system development course for engineers developing custom devices with the Android system.