When: October 15, 2014 7PM (6:30PM for Q&A)
Topic: Linux runs the spectrum from High Performance to Power Efficient
Moderators Brian DeLacy and Kurt Keville
Location: MIT Building E51, Room 325
Please note that Wadsworth Street is under construction. You can enter
Ames St from Memorial Drive, and take a right onto Amherst St.
Dart on Debian on BeagleBoneBlack, plus a Linux HPC update
Debian + Dart + BeagleBoneBlack
Brian DeLacey introduces the recent packaging of the Dart language
for Debian on the BeagleBoneBlack. We'll look at Wheezy today and Jessie
tomorrow. Brian's demos will showcase a webserver and a variety of
sensor circuits and applications running Dart on the Debian-friendly
BeagleBoneBlack. We'll discuss how this simple setup ties into the core
ideas of "The Physical Web" project, recently announced by Google.
We'll revisit the crazy code churn rant heard round the community,
and why Device Tree architecture was a huge revolution for ARM
platforms. We'll also review the evolution of GPIO in the Linux kernel
for software controlled digital signals. Bring your multimeter for a
closer look at power efficient computing.
Also, Kurt Keville updates us on the current state of Linux High
Performance Computing (HPC).
For further information and directions please consult the BLU Web site
Please note that there is usually plenty of free parking in the E-51
parking lot at 2 Amherst St, or directly on Amherst St.
After the meeting we will adjourn to the official after meeting meeting
location at The Cambridge Brewing Company
Jerry Feldman <email@example.com>
Boston Linux and Unix
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