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----- Forwarded message from "LinuxDevices.com " -----

Date: 23 Mar 2009 17:19:06 -0400
From: "LinuxDevices.com"
Subject: Announcing the Embedded Linux Conference

This mailing is sponsored by the CE Linux Forum.

===========================================================

         EMBEDDED LINUX CONFERENCE 2009
      MONDAY - WEDNESDAY   APRIL 6-8, 2009
             San Francisco, California

===========================================================

The Embedded Linux Conference, hosted annually by the CE Linux Forum,
is a collection of the best embedded Linux engineers on the planet.

Every year, Linux experts from the largest embedded product companies,
processor vendors and Linux development companies come together for
this unique event.  By joining them, you can learn the tools and techniques
to solve the problems you encounter in your day-to-day development work.

== WHO'S COMING?

Here are just a few of the embedded Linux experts participating at
this event:
* David Woodhouse - official embedded Linux kernel maintainer and
   author of the JFFS2 flash filesystem
* Jim Ready - Founder and CTO of MontaVista
* Dan Malek - Founder and CTO of Embedded Alley
* Matt Mackall - original author of the Linux-tiny patch set and
   current maintainer of the SLAB (kernel memory) allocator
* Jonathan Corbet - Editor of LWN.NET
* Mike Anderson - Chief Scientist of The PTR Group, and renowned
   embedded Linux trainer
* Paul Mundt - embedded processor kernel maintainer
* Kate Alhola - Maemo chief engineer at Forum Nokia
* David Mandala - Manager of Ubuntu Mobile team for Canonical

== WHAT'S THERE?

These experts, along with developers from companies like Sony, Intel,
ARM, Samsung, Motorola, Toshiba, MontaVista and others will give
over 40 technical sessions, covering topics like:
* Reducing boot time
* Managing application memory
* Security for embedded products
* Board bring-up and porting
* Tracing
* Kernel debugging
* Realtime performance
* Embedded distributions and build tools
* Flash filesystems
* Graphics and video
     and much more.

Evenings are filled with Bird's-of-a-Feather sessions, demonstrations,
and a fun social event!

== COST

The Embedded Linux Conference is "heavily subsidized" by the CE Linux Forum.  Most attendees are astounded at the low price relative to other events of this size and depth.  No other event provides this much embedded Linux technical information, training, and solutions for so little cost.

== REGISTER NOW

Don't miss your chance to interact with and learn from the best and brightest
in the embedded Linux industry and Linux community.

Please register today!

== CONFERENCE INFORMATION

More details, including the full program, are at:
http://web.eweek.com/t?ctl=26665:BC4ACF63C99300281FC6AA1650E147F0&;


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----- End forwarded message -----


Enjoy,

-bill!
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