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Speeches and Presentations

Besides our involvement in open source software development, we actively and regularly engage at congresses and open source conferences (among others at the Linux Conference Europe and Embedded Linux Conference Europe). Below we have provided several slides and presentation recordings from past conferences:

Building Real-Time Applications for Linux (John Ogness) - Slides

Debian & Yocto: State of the Art (Manuel Traut) - recording

Jailhouse: An Open-Source Hypervisor for connected (and many other) things (Jan Altenberg) - recording

Refactoring the Linux Kernel (Thomas Gleixner) - recording

Continious integration: Jenkins, Libvirt and Real Hardware (Anna-Maria Gleixner und Manuel Traut) - recording

Continious integration: Jenkins, Libvirt and Real Hardware (Anna-Maria Gleixner und Manuel Traut) - Slides

How to combine Debian and Yocto / Bitbake (Manuel Traut) - recording

How to combine Debian and Yocto / Bitbake (Manuel Traut) - Slides

The Status of the Preempt-RT Patch (Sebastian Siewior) - recording

The Status of the Preempt-RT Patch (Sebastian Siewior) - Slides

Creating Efficient Small Core Dumps for Embedded Systems (John Ogness) - Slides

How to Boot Linux in One Second (Jan Altenberg) - Slides

How to Boot Linux in One Second (Jan Altenberg) - recording

Using the Linux Tracing Infrastructure (Jan Altenberg) - Slides

Introduction to Realtime Linux (Jan Altenberg) - Slides

Introduction to Realtime Linux (Jan Altenberg) - recording

Linux Secured Integrity - Protection Against Remote Attacks (Holger Dengler) - Slides

The path of the private FUTEX (Sebastian Siewior) - Slides

The path of the private FUTEX (Sebatian Siewior) - recording

Using ELBE to build Debian based embedded systems (Manuel Traut) - Slides

Using ELBE to build Debian based embedded systems (Manuel Traut) - recording