Nine years ago I bought Sharp Zaurus SL-5500 as my first Linux PDA. And due to this I am where I am. I could say that it started two years earlier when I saw PalmOS devices at local geek meetings. But
When I published my last post about ARM boards there were many questions and suggestions with interesting devices. Thank You all for it. But there were also suggestions about ARM9 or ARM11 based devices. So I decided that it is good time
It was 24th March 2010 when one friend asked me do I want to be added to beta testers list for new omap hardware. One of questions was “what would you like to have on board” so I replied: hdmi out
It was known since previous UDS that there will be OMAP4 based PandaBoard available for developers. And some time ago pandaboard.org was started (for now with temporary website). Boards are still not available at distributors but there are some of them
During FOSDEM 2010 I had discussion with Ulf Samuelsson from Atmel and few other guys about developer boards. What is required on them and what should be avoided. Some time later I had a talk with one person about new OMAP3 based
Since OpenedHand was acquired by Intel I worked with few customers. The biggest one was Bug Labs Inc. with which I spend lot of time on hacking Poky Linux and OpenEmbedded to make their BUG devices prosper in hacking community.