Embedded developer Robert Feranec, founder of Slovakian-based Fedevel Academy, is giving a free seminar on ARM board and software design at the Hacker Dojo hacker community center in Silicon Valley on Dec. 14. The seminar will cover embedded development details ranging from DDR3 layout to building a Linux kernel.
The seminar, entitled “Learn to Design your own OS booting ARM board,” will be held at the Hacker Dojo community center in Mountain View, Calif. at 5PM, Dec, 14. Roger Feranec is managing director of Slovakia-based embedded firm Fedevel, which recently announced an open spec iMX6 Rex computer-on-module and baseboard built around Freescale’s dual-core i.MX6 system-on-chip. Fedevel developed the boards in part in order to support its online Fedevel Academy & PCB Design Courses.
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