This year's Embedded Linux Conference
, which will be held in San Francisco April 12-14, has announced that its program
is now available. The keynote speakers will be Greg Kroah-Hartman ("Android: a Case Study of an Embedded Linux Project") and Matt Asay ("Embedded in 2010: an End to the Entropy?") along with a whole slate of over 50 presentations, tutorials, and BoFs. "This is your chance to meet leading developers from the embedded Linux community, and learn about the latest changes in Linux. Also, you can talk to engineers working on real products at some of the largest CE companies in the world, describing how they solved real issues in their own development projects.
" Click below for the full announcement...