EMBEDDED LINUX CONFERENCE EUROPE 2013 - DAY 2

Second day at ELC-E 2013, let's start with an interesting keynote where Tim Bird said he prefers Buildroot rather than Yocto mainly because Yocto has a steeper learning curve. Thomas Petazzoni said that Yocto is too much dependent on big companies. On the other hand I actually think that Buildroot may be too dependent on Free Electrons business strategy. 

ELCE keynote

I also attendended a presentation done by my Adeneo colleauge Nicolas Launet.

Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2013 - Day 1

Today was the first day of ELC-E 2013 and I was anxiuos to meet some people who I see once a year, and to attend some talks.

embedded Linux is the default operating system

Yocto Project Developer Day 2013

Yocto Project Developer Day 2013 in Edimburgh and I am here also this year. 
Yes, I have to admit I wouldn't miss it for any reason because I really trust in this project which is continuosly growing sice I joined OpenEmbedded in 2009.

Here we are at Edimburgh EICC 

 

The first presentation done by Khem Raj (right) introduced by Jeff Osier-Mixon (left)

Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2013

 Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2013

Qt5 differences with Qt4

Qt5 tries to eliminate this gap. With the platform plugin approach - the HW "platform" is expected to provide OpenGL ES2, and any other additional HW acceleration on top of that as part of the platform. In essence - with GLES2 - every screen update in Qt5 happens via an OpenGL ES texturing operation, rather than any other means. In addition to this fundamental change, Qt5 brings in another major programming model update - that of QML, Qt3D etc.

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