Embedded Apprentice Linux Engineer (E-ALE) is a series of seminars over 2 days at SCALE. The seminars will each represent a key topic relevant to Engineers new to Embedded Linux. Each seminar first gives a lecture or presentation on one subject, followed by lab time to practice the relevant learned skills (most often on real embedded HW). Each seminar will be taught by a professional Embedded Linux Instructor with years of practical experience. Students will receive an embedded linux hardware kit. This course requires additional registration, by selecting "Embedded Apprentice Linux Engineer Training Course/Hardware" during registration.
This class and the hardware kits are made possible through the support of the BeagleBoard Foundation.