The Yocto Project is a Bronze sponsor of the Embedded Linux Conference in Prague starting on 23 October 2017.
The Yocto Project also provides a conference add-on as we have for the past several years – Yocto Project Developer Day.
DevDay is an inexpensive one-day event that enables you to learn about the project in either the Introductory track, a detailed technical introduction to the project taught by Linux Foundation professional trainers, or the Advanced track, a collection of intermediate and advanced level hands-on presentations taught by maintainers and other principals in the Yocto Project.
This day is a chance for intensive training as well as one-on-one contact with the developers who create and maintain the Yocto Project.
In addition, each attendee will receive a development board, with three to choose from. Lunch is provided.
For more details and a link to register, see the DevDay page at this link.
- Introduction to the Yocto Project
- Key Concepts
- Build System Workflow
- Examining Recipes
- Standard Recipe Build Steps
- Working with Layers
- Build and Boot Your Custom Image
- Working with Applications
- * 9:00- 9:15 Opening session, What’s New (Jefro)
- 9:15- 9:30 Account setup (David Reyna)
- 9:30-10:15 Devtool: creating new content (Tim Orling)
- * 10:15-10:30 Morning Break
- 10:30-11:15 DT overlays (Marek Vasut)
- 11:15-12:00 Userspace: packaging, installation, system services (Rudolf Streif, given by David Reyna)
- * 12:00- 1:00 Lunch (and board pass-out)
- 1:00- 1:45 License audit of a release (Beth ‘pidge’ Flanagan)
- 1:45- 2:15 CROPS (Tim Orling)
- * 2:30- 2:45 Afternoon Break
- 2:45- 3:15 Recipe specific sysroots (Joshua Lock, given by Sean Hudson)
- 3:15- 3:45 Maintaining your Yocto Distribution (Scott Murray)
- 3:45- 4:20 Kernel Modules with eSDKs (Marco Cavallini)
- 4:20- 5:00 Analytics and the Event System (David Reyna)