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Thomas Petazzoni
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Chief Technical Officer and Embedded Linux Engineer at Free Electrons
Chief Technical Officer and Embedded Linux Engineer at Free Electrons

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Video of my talk at #lca2017 is already online at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNol7fRGo2E. Very good job from the #lca2017! Even the Linux Foundation needs several months to put videos online, here at LCA the videos are published the day after the talk was giving.

Congrats to #lca2017 folks!

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Due to an upcoming trip to Australia/New Zealand, I am going to spend an insane amount of time in an airplane or in airport waiting for an airplane.

In preparation for this, I am looking for suggestions of ebooks to read, especially in the area of low-level/hardware development (FPGA for beginners, architecture of processors, etc.), kernel related things, or ebooks related to team management. For example, "Is parallel programming hard, and if so, what can I do about it?" looks like a good thing to read during this time.

Suggestions welcome :-) Thanks!

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I'll be speaking at the next LCA in Hobart, Tasmania (Australia) in January 2017. Looking forward to attending this event!
+Free Electrons CTO +Thomas Petazzoni will be giving a talk "A tour of the ARM architecture and its Linux support" at the upcoming Linux.conf.au conference in Australia, in January.

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!

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I think what are my first two gcc patches have been committed today: https://gcc.gnu.org/git/?p=gcc.git;a=commitdiff;h=6c8f362e1f17cce05131eb8ff53963d64bc69484 and https://gcc.gnu.org/git/?p=gcc.git;a=commitdiff;h=966d046c08ba50fc988ac614f84f2d49c1546e28. They fix an obscure issue on an obscure architecture (Blackfin). But still, it's in gcc! :)

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I'll be attending the Capitole du Libre conférence in Toulouse on Saturday!

Interested in embedded Linux and Linux kernel trainings, in French? My colleagues +Maxime Ripard and +Boris BREZILLON, who both have a vast experience in Linux kernel and embedded Linux development, will teach a course on embedded Linux development and another on Linux kernel driver development in March 2017, in France, Toulouse.

See http://free-electrons.com/fr/formation/sessions/toulouse-linux-embarque/ and http://free-electrons.com/fr/formation/sessions/toulouse-developpement-noyau-linux/ for more details about these training sessions. Registration is open.

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Come and work with us as an intern! Topics cover the KernelCI.org project, working on toolchains with Buildroot, and developing/improving a kernel driver for video decoding on Allwinner platforms!
Free Electrons internship topics for 2017

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)

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The slides of my talk at the Embedded Linux Conference Europe about toolchains are now available a http://free-electrons.com/pub/conferences/2016/elce/petazzoni-toolchain-anatomy/petazzoni-toolchain-anatomy.pdf. I was surprised to find a fully packed room for such a topic!

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Very full packed room for +Thomas Petazzoni​ talk about the toolchain.
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