Thank you everyone who participated and made the event a success!
We had 40 places available, 43 participants came and there were many more on the waiting list. All the participants brought their own equipment and received an Enea Linux t-shirt and a Raspberry Pi development board free of charge.
Throughout the day there were also some seminars on interesting topics, such as:
- Linux and open source in embedded systems – today and tomorrow by Daniel Stenberg.
- Reverse engineering – your own code on someone else’s hardware with Linus Nielsen Feltzing.
- The Yocto project with Björn Stenberg
- U-boot and board bring-up debugging with Henrik Nordström
Everyone was very enthusiastic and hacked away for ten hours. A couple of examples of what was under development during the duration of the event was an “amazing” doorbell and an sms payment solution for vending machines. Most participants, however, didn’t have a particular goal but just enjoyed spending that time on hacking and see what they could come up with.
See below for a few images from the event, and see also the great summary by Daniel Stenberg in his blog.
Looking forward to more events like this in the future!