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Thursday, October 11
 

8:30am

9:30am

State of Linux - Jim Zemlin, Executive Director, The Linux Foundation

Join Linux Foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin as he highlights the latest on the Linux platform and what you can expect in the next 12 months.

Speakers

Jim Zemlin

Executive Director, The Linux Foundation
Zemlin’s career spans three of the largest technology trends to rise over the last decade: mobile computing, SaaS and open source software. Today, as executive director of The Linux Foundation, he uses this experience to accelerate the adoption of Linux and support the future of computing. Zemlin’s career took root at Western Wireless, which had a successful IPO and was later acquired by Deutsche Telekom and renamed T-Mobile USA. He was also a member of the founding management...
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Thursday October 11, 2012 9:30am - 10:00am
Grand Ballroom (JW Marriott Hotel)

10:00am

10:30am

Morning Coffee Break
Thursday October 11, 2012 10:30am - 11:00am
Grand Ballroom Foyer (JW Marriott Hotel)

11:00am

The Linux Weather Forecast - Jon Corbet, LWN.net
Speakers

Jon Corbet

Executive Editor, LWN.net
Jonathan Corbet is a Linux kernel contributor, co-founder of LWN.net (and the author of its Kernel Page), and the lead author of Linux Device Drivers, Third Edition. He lives in Boulder, Colorado.

Thursday October 11, 2012 11:00am - 12:00pm
Grand Ballroom (JW Marriott Hotel)

12:00pm

Lunch (not provided)
Thursday October 11, 2012 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Grand Ballroom Foyer (JW Marriott Hotel)

1:30pm

Linux Kernel Developer Panel - Jon Corbet, LWN.net; Greg Kroah-Hartman, The Linux Foundation; Christoph Lameter, Good Company; Ted Ts'o, Google; Tejun Heo, Google
Speakers

Jon Corbet

Executive Editor, LWN.net
Jonathan Corbet is a Linux kernel contributor, co-founder of LWN.net (and the author of its Kernel Page), and the lead author of Linux Device Drivers, Third Edition. He lives in Boulder, Colorado.

Tejun Heo

Google
Tejun Heo has been an active contributor to the Linux kernel since 2005, working on various areas including storage, workqueue and control groups.  He got fascinated by Linux in university in late 90s and got his first Linux job with SUSE and now works for Google infrastructure team.

Greg Kroah-Hartman

Fellow, The Linux Foundation
Kroah-Hartman is among a distinguished group of software developers that maintain Linux at the kernel level. In his role as Linux Foundation Fellow, KroahHartman will continue his work as the maintainer for the Linux stable kernel branch and a variety of subsystems while working in a fully neutral environment. He will also work more closely with Linux Foundation members, workgroups, Labs projects (http://www.linuxfoundation.org/labs), and staff on key initiatives to advance Linux. Kroah-Hartman...
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Christoph Lameter

Christoph Lameter maintains the slab allocators in the Linux kernel and has been involved in enhancing the Linux operating system to be able to scale Linux for high performance uses (HPC, NUMA, multicore processors) and low latency operations (financial application).

Ted Ts'o

Google

Thursday October 11, 2012 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Grand Ballroom (JW Marriott Hotel)

2:30pm

Linux for Fun and Linux as a Job - Tejun Heo, Google
Speakers

Tejun Heo

Google
Tejun Heo has been an active contributor to the Linux kernel since 2005, working on various areas including storage, workqueue and control groups.  He got fascinated by Linux in university in late 90s and got his first Linux job with SUSE and now works for Google infrastructure team.

Thursday October 11, 2012 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Grand Ballroom (JW Marriott Hotel)

3:00pm

Afternoon Coffee Break
Thursday October 11, 2012 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Grand Ballroom Foyer (JW Marriott Hotel)

3:30pm

How the Kernel Development Process Works - Greg Kroah-Hartman, The Linux Foundation

This talk will go into how the Linux kernel is developed, discuss areas in which are currently being worked on, why it is important that you get involved in the development of the kernel, and how to do so.

Speakers

Greg Kroah-Hartman

Fellow, The Linux Foundation
Kroah-Hartman is among a distinguished group of software developers that maintain Linux at the kernel level. In his role as Linux Foundation Fellow, KroahHartman will continue his work as the maintainer for the Linux stable kernel branch and a variety of subsystems while working in a fully neutral environment. He will also work more closely with Linux Foundation members, workgroups, Labs projects (http://www.linuxfoundation.org/labs), and staff on key initiatives to advance Linux. Kroah-Hartman...
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Thursday October 11, 2012 3:30pm - 4:00pm
Grand Ballroom (JW Marriott Hotel)

4:00pm

Linux: Where We Are Going - A Discussion between Linus Torvalds and Dirk Hohndel, Intel

Linux creator Linus Torvalds will take the stage with Intel’s Chief Linux and Open Source Technologies Dirk Hohndel to discuss the latest technical advancements in the kernel.

Speakers

Dirk Hohndel

Chief Linux and Open Source Technologist, Intel
Dirk Hohndel has been an active developer and contributor in the Linux space since its earliest days. Among other roles, he worked as chief technology officer of SuSE and as vice president of The XFree86 Project, Inc. Prior to his position at SuSE, Dirk was Unix architect at Deutsche Bank; before that, he was a senior software engineer for AIB Software Corporation and PLATINUM technology. Dirk joined Intel in 2001. He works in the Software and Solutions Group and focuses on the technology...
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Linus Torvalds

Fellow, The Linux Foundation
Linus Torvalds created the Linux kernel and oversaw open source development of the widely-used Linux operating system. Torvalds was born on December 28, 1969 in Helsinki, Finland. Torvalds enrolled at the University of Helsinki in 1988, graduating with a master's degree in computer science. His M.Sc. thesis was titled Linux: A Portable Operating System. An avid computer programmer, Linus authored many gaming applications in his early years. After purchasing a personal computer with an Intel...
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Thursday October 11, 2012 4:00pm - 4:30pm
Grand Ballroom (JW Marriott Hotel)
 
Friday, October 12
 

8:30am

9:30am

Flash Memory Filesystem - Jaegeuk Kim, Samsung Electronics

In these days, NAND flash memory has widely being adopted as storage medium such as SSD, eMMC, and so on. This accelerates rethinking traditional file system designs especially for flash-based storages instead of conventional HDDs. For two years, we have designed and implemented a new file system, namely Flash-Friendly File System (F2FS), focused on high performance, reliability, and robustness. Since F2FS is based on Log-structured File System (LFS), we've focused on addressing the following issues: wandering tree problem and cleaning overhead. In addition, we've designed a couple of configurable architectures in order to adjust various flash management schemes. (e.g., zone/section/segment allocation units, block allocation policy, victim selection policy, etc)

This talk appeals to the file system developers, since LFS is a little bit promising approach suited for flash-based storages, but they have known that it should address several implementation and performance issues. In this talk, we'd like to introduce our design directions and policies to mitigate those problems, and we expect that developers will be interested in our solution and give us valuable comments.

 

Speakers

Jaegeuk Kim

Senior Engineer, Samsung Electronics
He is a Senior Engineer in the Flash Software Development Team at Samsung Electronics. He has been developing a new file system for flash memory, Flash-Friendly File System (F2FS), since he joined Samsung two years ago. He received the Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), in 2010.

Friday October 12, 2012 9:30am - 10:10am
Grand Ballroom A (JW Marriott Hotel)

9:30am

Managing the Software Supply Chain in Embedded, Automotive and Financial Services Industries and the Latest Update on SPDX - Boris Geller, Black Duck Software

Open source software (OSS) is used across a number of industries to develop systems ranging from global IT platforms to embedded apps running on smart devices. With the success and broad adoption of OSS, it became a critical component of increasingly complex ecosystems and needs to be proactively managed.  With over 550,000 open source projects available on the web, complexity arises at many stages of development and includes making good choices from the abundance of projects available, evaluating and managing open source licenses and the associated obligations, ensuring compliance with company policies and licensing obligations, and efficiently conveying software component information throughout the emerging software supply chains.

This session will focus on how to maximize the benefits of open source while ensuring compliance and efficient supply-chain participation in Mobile, Financial Services and Automotive ecosystems, including an update on development of SPDX standard.

 

Speakers

Boris Geller

Black Duck Software
Mr. Boris Geller is an enterprise technology executive with over 20 years of building high-growth global software and services businesses in senior corporate development, channels, marketing, strategy, software development and systems architecture roles at BEA, EMC/Legato, HP/DEC, BMC/BGS and several Silicon Valley startups. He has a strong knowledge of Cloud, SaaS, Open Source/FOSS, CRM, Supply Chain and BPM/BPO offerings in Telecom, Automotive, Financial, Insurance, Government, Media...
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Friday October 12, 2012 9:30am - 10:10am
Meeting Room 2 (JW Marriott Hotel)

10:15am

Fast Booting Android based on Snapshot Booting - Sam H. Noh, Hong-Ik University

Hibernation based snapshot booting has been suggested as a method to expedite booting of computing systems, However, snapshot booting as provided in Linux is not helpful in reducing the boot time in Android systems. There are several reasons for this limitation. In this presentation, we present our experience on improving the booting time of an Android system. We first discuss the reasons that hinder snapshot booting from improving Android booting time. We then discuss a solution to one of these reasons. In particular, we propose that a single snapshot be taken at a particular point of the system and have this snapshot be used at every boot time. Understanding that the Android system state will inevitably be modified after the snapshot is taken, we discuss how these changes are incorporated into the system so that the user will continue her Android experience without loss of data. 

 

Speakers

Sam H. Noh

Professor, School of Information and Computer Engineering, Hong-Ik University
Sam H.(Hyuk) Noh received the BS degree in computer engineering from the Seoul National University, Korea in 1986, and the PhD degree from the Department of Computer Science, University of Maryland at College Park in 1993. He held a visiting faculty position at the George Washington University from 1993 to 1994 before joining Hong-Ik University in Seoul Korea, where he is now a Professor in the School of Information and Computer Engineering. From August 2001 to August 2002, he was also...
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Friday October 12, 2012 10:15am - 10:55am
Grand Ballroom B (JW Marriott Hotel)

10:15am

Workshop: How Companies Successfully Engage in Open Source - Dirk Hohndel, Intel

Over the past 10 years Intel has been an extraordinarily successful participant and leader in the open source ecosystem.  Dirk will discuss how and why this happened, and attendees are encouraged to ask questions, request feedback on their own ideas, and explore how they can replicate this success in their own organizations.

This session will be particularly relevant for managers, organizational strategists, and executives.

Speakers

Dirk Hohndel

Chief Linux and Open Source Technologist, Intel
Dirk Hohndel has been an active developer and contributor in the Linux space since its earliest days. Among other roles, he worked as chief technology officer of SuSE and as vice president of The XFree86 Project, Inc. Prior to his position at SuSE, Dirk was Unix architect at Deutsche Bank; before that, he was a senior software engineer for AIB Software Corporation and PLATINUM technology. Dirk joined Intel in 2001. He works in the Software and Solutions Group and focuses on the technology...
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Friday October 12, 2012 10:15am - 10:55am
Meeting Room 2 (JW Marriott Hotel)

10:15am

Workshop: Storage & Filesystems - Ted Ts'o and Tejun Heo, Google

This workshop will focus on filesystems and storage.  Attendees are encouraged to bring questions about filesystems and storage.

This session will be particularly relevant to embedded device and storage system developers.

Speakers

Tejun Heo

Google
Tejun Heo has been an active contributor to the Linux kernel since 2005, working on various areas including storage, workqueue and control groups.  He got fascinated by Linux in university in late 90s and got his first Linux job with SUSE and now works for Google infrastructure team.

Ted Ts'o

Google

Friday October 12, 2012 10:15am - 10:55am
Grand Ballroom A (JW Marriott Hotel)

10:55am

Morning Coffee Break
Friday October 12, 2012 10:55am - 11:30am
Grand Ballroom Foyer (JW Marriott Hotel)

11:30am

A new Linux Light-Weight Threading Model for Multicore Devices - an innovation in real-time performance and behavior for Linux based high performance embedded systems - Michael Christofferson, ENEA

In the last several years, real-time extensions for Linux have provided many significant improvements, like the extensions provided by the PREMPT_RT patch. And more recently there has been much attention on "Linux User Space" solutions for multicore devices that enable direct access from user space to underlying hardware often called “bare metal” implementations. But “bare metal” most often means single threaded execution Linux emulation on a single core in a multicore device, and therefore is  a special use case. Can there be any other general real-time improvements for multicore based solutions that require multithreading in Linux, i.e. that are not single threaded? Multi-threading via POSIX PTHREADS in Linux is the time tested method for achieving better real-time performance for more complex and coupled applications within the context of a Linux process. Enea has developed a new light-weight threading model for Linux that unlike PTHREADS, operates entirely in user space, and potentially offers greater than 10x performance over PTHREADS in scheduling latency and inter-thread communications latency. And further, and even compared to PREEMPT_RT, this model shows potentially greater than 10X performance in interrupt latency behavior. This solution is called LWRT – Light-weight Run-time Threading. But real-time means different things to different people, and LWRT does not apply to all. This presentation will a) describe the LWRT model and implementation, b) examine the use cases wherein LWRT applies, and c) for such cases, its real measured performance advantages over existing standard Linux based implementations.

Speakers

Michael Christofferson

Director Product Marketing, CTO Office, ENEA
Mr. Christofferson has over 30 years experience in software development for deeply embedded telecom or networking systems. He spent the first 8 years of his career in the defense industry in SIGINT/COMINT systems. That was followed by 8 years in the Telecom market working with such technologies as packet switching, SS7, SONET, fiber in the loop, and DSL. For the past 16 years, Mr. Christofferson worked in product management, marketing, and business development for leading industry RTOS, embedded...
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Friday October 12, 2012 11:30am - 12:10pm
Grand Ballroom B (JW Marriott Hotel)

11:30am

Old and New Battlegrounds in the Patent War: Defending Innovation in Linux - Shane Coughlan, Open Invention Network

The intellectual property conflicts involving mobile market leaders Motorola, Samsung, HTC, Apple, and RIM are making headlines daily while cloud computing has become an important strategic battlefield for technology industry competitors. These tensions over patents are only going to increase. Some within the technology community believe that patents serve to foster and protect innovation in the marketplace. Shane's talk will help to provide insight in the field of patents, and how to avoid the minefield that exist, especially in these new arenas.

The audience would be innovators, inventors and Linux software developers. The talk will provide valuable knowledge on defensive patent pools and other community defensive initiatives that can help defend innovation and outline ways that the Linux community can actively assist in reducing the effectiveness of IP used against the community.

Speakers

Shane Coughlan

Regional Director Asia, Open Invention Network
Shane Coughlan is an expert in communication methods and business development. He founded the European Legal Network, helped establish the first law review and law book dedicated to FOSS, and co-founded the Binary Analysis Tool project. He is Regional Director Asia at Open Invention Network, an Executive Director at OpenForum Europe, and a Visiting Researcher at Shimane University. He delivers speeches and leads panels at events in Europe, the USA and across Asia.

Friday October 12, 2012 11:30am - 12:10pm
Meeting Room 2 (JW Marriott Hotel)

11:30am

Tizen Overview and Architecture - Seokjae Jeong, Samsung Electronics

Tizen is an open source, standards-based software platform supported by leading mobile operators, device manufacturers, and silicon suppliers for multiple device categories, including smartphones, tablets, netbooks, in-vehicle infotainment devices, smart TVs, and more. It provides a robust and flexible environment for application developers, based on HTML5. With HTML5's robust capabilities and cross platform flexibility, it is rapidly becoming the preferred development environment for mobile apps and services. The Tizen SDK and API allow developers to use HTML5 and related web technologies to write applications that run across multiple device segments.

Tizen 1.0 Larkspur has been released at the end of April 2012. It includes source codes of the Tizen software platform as well as SDK. Now, Tizen 2.0 alpha source code and SDK are available. In this talk, we will look into the Tizen mobile architecture and its major components with latest updates.

Speakers

Seokjae Jeong

Samsung Electronics

Friday October 12, 2012 11:30am - 12:10pm
Grand Ballroom A (JW Marriott Hotel)

12:10pm

1:45pm

The big.LITTLE switcher - Kisoo Yu, Samsung Electronics

Nowadays low power consumption and high performance are both essential for application processors in mobile devices. ARM's bit.LITTLE processing connects high performance cores and energy efficient cores in a manner that extends battery life by selecting the right processor to use depending on the task. There are three major management methods for this big.LITTLE structure: Task Migration, In-kernel Switching, and MP Use model. We have applied Task Migration and In-kernel Switching to our Exynos_bL processor and have performed research to achieve an optimum usage model.

In this talk, we will introduce our research on Task Migration and In-kernel Switcher. We have researched to find empirical optimum parameters to balance the power consumption and performance of each solution, investigated the potential need for modifications to the scheduler, and explored the application of In-kernel Switcher to asynchronous big.LITTLE structures.

 

Speakers

Kisoo Yu

Senior Engineer of Software Solution for Application Processor, Samsung Electronics
Kisoo is a Senior Engineer of SW Solution for Application Processor at Samsung Electonics. He has been working on linux kernel development, specially focused on power management frameworks.

Friday October 12, 2012 1:45pm - 2:25pm
Grand Ballroom B (JW Marriott Hotel)

1:45pm

The Linux Perf Tools: Recent Improvements - Namhyung Kim, LG Electronics

This presentation will cover recent changes on the perf tools, including:

  • uprobes
  • annotate browser
  • group management
  • libtraceevent integration
  • and more…

 

Speakers

Namhyung Kim

Senior research engineer, LG Electronics
Namhyung Kim is a senior research engineer at LG Electronics. He's been contributing to the Linux kernel for more than 2 years and is now working on improving the performance tools.

Friday October 12, 2012 1:45pm - 2:25pm
Meeting Room 2 (JW Marriott Hotel)

1:45pm

Introduction to the Tizen SDK 2.0 - Taiho Choi, Samsung Electronics

In this session, we will introduce the essential features for the Tizen application development, such as IDE, Emulator, Event Injector, Debugging, etc. This session covers elementary level for those who require basic understanding of Tizen application development and Tizen platform.

Speakers

Taiho Choi

Samsung Electronics
Taiho Choi is working at Samsung Electronics since 2004. Currently he is working mainly on platform evangelism, supporting application developers, and technical contents documentation for Tizen.     When he first joined Samsung Electronics, his job was related to Graphic Software development at Software Center.  After few years, he moved to MSC Developer Cooperation Group and started to work on bada technical support and bada platform evangelism.  

Friday October 12, 2012 1:45pm - 2:25pm
Grand Ballroom A (JW Marriott Hotel)

2:30pm

The SLUB Allocator Internals: What is the Difference between the SLAB and the SLUB? - JoonSoo Kim, LG Electronics

The SLUB allocator is a drop-in replacement for the SLAB code and has been used as the default option in the mainline kernel since 2007.

However we usually don’t easily understand the SLUB allocator internals, because almost every textbook just explains historic SLAB allocator.

This talk will deal with following questions about the SLUB.

  • "What is the SLUB?"
  • "How is it implemented?"
  • "What is the difference between the SLAB and the SLUB"

This talk also follows up the current developing trend for the SLUB and introduces several tutorials for the SLUB developing and debugging.

This talk will be intended to provide information about the SLUB for kernel developer and just basic understanding of kernel is required to figure out.

 

Speakers

JoonSoo Kim

Software Engineer, LG Electronics
JoonSoo Kim is a software engineer woking for LGE, Inc and has been developing BSP for smart phones. Recently, some of patches for the SLUB have been merged into to the kernel. He plans to deeply dive into kernel development.  

Friday October 12, 2012 2:30pm - 3:10pm
Meeting Room 2 (JW Marriott Hotel)

2:30pm

Workshop: How to submit patches effectively - Greg Kroah-Hartman, The Linux Foundation

Greg Kroah-Hartman is one of the Linux kernel maintainers for the stable branch, as well as many subsystems within the kernel.  Greg will host a workshop on how to be more effective when submitting code for acceptance in the Linux kernel.  He will talk about how to create and send patches in a way that increases your likelihood of acceptance.  

In addition, audience members are encouraged to bring their own examples of code they are preparing to submit, and Greg can provide a live review of what he would look for when it is submitted to the Linux kernel mailing list.

This session will be relevant for anyone who plans to contribute code to the Linux kernel.

Speakers

Greg Kroah-Hartman

Fellow, The Linux Foundation
Kroah-Hartman is among a distinguished group of software developers that maintain Linux at the kernel level. In his role as Linux Foundation Fellow, KroahHartman will continue his work as the maintainer for the Linux stable kernel branch and a variety of subsystems while working in a fully neutral environment. He will also work more closely with Linux Foundation members, workgroups, Labs projects (http://www.linuxfoundation.org/labs), and staff on key initiatives to advance Linux. Kroah-Hartman...
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Friday October 12, 2012 2:30pm - 3:10pm
Grand Ballroom B (JW Marriott Hotel)

2:30pm

Tizen IVI - Rusty Lynch, Intel

The use of Linux in car infotainment systems (IVI) has become the next evolutionary step for the vehicle ecosystem.  While this allows the car design process to benefit from the fast pace of innovation seen in the mobile and gaming worlds, it also requires an evolution of Linux itself to meet the unique needs of this new and exciting market.  In this talk I will be speaking about how Tizen is being adapted to target IVI requirements including addressing some of the usage models surrounding access to vehicle information services and and complex audio routing requirements.

Speakers

Rusty Lynch

Intel
Rusty Lynch is a Principal Engineer in the Intel Open Source Technology Center focusing on Tizen IVI activities.  Rusty has been a working with open source technologies since the mid nineties, involved in such projects as the Linux kernel, the Mozilla project, Carrier Grade Linux, Moblin and MeeGo. 

Friday October 12, 2012 2:30pm - 3:10pm
Grand Ballroom A (JW Marriott Hotel)

3:15pm

Rethinking the Multicore-aware Scheduler on Embedded Linux - Gap-Joo Na, ETRI

Nowadays the multicore processors are becoming an integral part of embedded devices as well as enterprise system, and the number of cores is considerably increased. Thanks to multicores, we can make the best use of personal computing devices instead of desktop PC.

On the other hand, since the Completely Fair Scheduler(CFS) was introduced in kernel 2.6.23, due to its remarkable performance, we've paid little attention to improving the scheduler.

In this presentation, we will show why we rethink the multicore linux scheduler on embedded linux by adopting the previous research, called distributed weighted Round-Robin(DWRR) algorithm which is designed to keep up with scalable fairness on multicore environment.

 

Speakers

Gap-Joo Na

Senior Researcher, ETRI
Gap-Joo Na received the MS and PhD degrees in computer engineering from Sungkyunkwan University, Korea, in 2006 and 2011. Currently he is a senior researcher at Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), Korea. His research area is embedded software platforms using Linux and his research interest include flash-based database technology and flash file system.  

Friday October 12, 2012 3:15pm - 3:55pm
Grand Ballroom B (JW Marriott Hotel)

3:15pm

Performance Workshop - Christoph Lameter, Good Company

Christoph Lameter is one of the leading experts in high performance and low latency.  In this workshop he will discuss various mechanisms in the kernel that can impact performance.  Attendees are encouraged to come with questions about kernel internals, memory management, and performance.

This session will be ideal for developers of high performance applications.

Speakers

Christoph Lameter

Christoph Lameter maintains the slab allocators in the Linux kernel and has been involved in enhancing the Linux operating system to be able to scale Linux for high performance uses (HPC, NUMA, multicore processors) and low latency operations (financial application).

Friday October 12, 2012 3:15pm - 3:55pm
Meeting Room 2 (JW Marriott Hotel)

3:15pm

Participating in the Tizen Open Source Community - Myung-Jae Lee, Samsung Electronics

Tizen 1.0 Larkspur was released at the end of April 2012 and is continuing to provide more powerful features.  This presentation focuses on the people who are interested in Tizen open source project as well as the software engineers who have just started to develop Tizen platform.  In this talk, we will look into how to join the Tizen community, how to participate in the Tizen development and the Tizen infrastuctures in more detail.  Also the current state of the Tizen community and the next comming Tizen events will be introduced

Speakers

Myung-Jae Lee

Software Engineer, Samsung Electronics
Myungjae Lee has been working at Samsung Electronics as a software engineer since 2007. Recently he is mainly working on Tizen community management to make the community prosperous. Before joining Samsung Electronics he had developed media copy protection technology at Settec, Inc. for 6 years where they provided content protection services. Tizen, Linux-based open source platform became a turning point for him to jump out from the closed development environment to the open source...
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Friday October 12, 2012 3:15pm - 3:55pm
Grand Ballroom A (JW Marriott Hotel)

4:15pm

Attendee Closing Reception at Samwon Gardens

Reception sponsored by Intel. Drinks and dinner will be provided. All attendees are welcome. Shutte buses will depart the JW Marriott at 4:15pm, and will bring guests back between 8:00pm and 10:00pm.

Friday October 12, 2012 4:15pm - 10:00pm
Samwon Gardens
 
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