GlobalLogic Kharkiv Embedded TechTalk #1
We are glad to invite embedded software engineers and anyone interested in embedded systems development to the first GlobalLogic Kharkiv Embedded TechTalk!
The Company’s experts will share their knowledge on practical tools of Linux kernel debugging. They will also share their knowledge on the features of the Linux sound subsystem, ALSA (Advanced Linux Sound Architecture).
A hearty welcome awaits all the participants, with pleasant surprises, aromatic coffee, and snacks.
Venue: Kharkiv (the address details will be provided to the participants after the registration).
Date and time: March 13 (Tuesday), 18:00 –21:30.
To participate in the event, please register
Please note that the number of seats is limited. Upon registration, you will receive a message confirming your participation.
Speakers and Presentations:
1) “Linux Kernel Debugging” — Aleksandr Bulyshchenko
(Software Engineer, Consultant, GlobalLogic)
Linux kernel debugging has a lot of specificities: this applies to both the tools available, and consequences that may be caused by interference into the system operation. At the event we will be speaking about the set of tools and features that can be used by Linux kernel developers for kernel debugging. Also, static analysis of kernel patches will be addressed. Special attention will be given to access tools, tracing tools, and interactive debugging tools, namely: DebugFS, ftrace, and GDB.
2) “Linux Audio Drivers. ALSA” — Vadym Shovkoplias (Senior Software Engineer, GlobalLogic)
Vadym will introduce the range of features of the Linux sound subsystem — Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA). During the presentation, the participants will be provided with case studies of the difference it makes for the development of audio drivers for PC and embedded systems. Also, Vadym will share an overview of the state-of-the-art tendencies in the development of audio drivers for embedded systems.
Come and learn the most interesting things about embedded systems directly from Linux developers and practitioners!
Please be sure to register!