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Thursday, September 20 • 2:00pm - 2:35pm
Developing Embedded Linux Systems Sucks, But Continuous Delivery Can Help Fix It - Lars Wirzenius, Codethink Limited

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Development and deployment of in-vehicle embedded Linux systems involves significant technical risk – problems often show up in “integration” triggering unexpected costs and delays. Features must be cut and bugs tolerated for fear that upgrading will break other things. This talkwill highlight the benefits of continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) for automotive Linux systems. CI builds andtests each commit. CD extends this automation through to delivery of software updates for production systems. New features and fixes can betested and  deployed frequently, automatically and reliably. Cycle time for integration and test is reduced dramatically.
The talk should interest technical system architects, system developers and engineers planning for maintenance of long-lifetime operational in-vehicle Linux systems.


Lars Wirzenius

Lars Wirzenius is a Senior Software Developer at Codethink, a Linux Foundation and GENIVI Alliance associate member providing advanced software engineering primarily for mobile, embedded, IVI and cloud infrastructure projects. Lars studied Computer Science at Helsinki University with Linus Torvalds, made the first patch to the Linux kernel, wrote the Linux System Administrator's Guide and is an important contributor to Debian.

Thursday September 20, 2012 2:00pm - 2:35pm
Conference Room 2

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