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This presentation will focus on tips and best practices in the process of device driver development, highlighted with specific examples and experiences from work done in partnership between Qualcomm and Toshiba. The subject matter will focus largely on development for embedded solutions, but the information is also broadly applicable to other areas of development.
The intended audience is anyone who is doing embedded development, driver development or other types of low-level programming. This includes developers focused on OS, middleware, or any core software development on Linux platforms. Danny Petkevich, director of business development with Qualcomm, has 20 years of industry experience in multiple markets. His current work focuses on implementation of the Snapdragon mobile application processor in the embedded market. He will be joined by Prakash Iyer, senior manager of software development, Toshiba.