A look through the Android Stack
Intervenant(s) : Maxime Ripard
- Date : Mardi 10 juillet 2012
- Horaire : 14h00
- Durée : 40 minutes
- Lieu : Uni Mail R160
Android has established itself in the past years as a major player in the mobile market, outperforming any other mobile systems.
To do so, Google relied both on well established open-source components, such as the Linux Kernel, and munching them together in a brand new userspace environment. This talk will detail the most important components of Android userspace and the interactions between them that allow developers to face a consistent API for their applications.
Maxime Ripard is an embedded linux engineer at Free Electrons. He worked previously at Archos, and is now trainer at Free Electrons on both GNU/Linux and Android systems development. He is also contributing to various embedded-related projects such as Buildroot or the Linux kernel.