LinuxDevices.com/BW: Applied Computing Conference to feature Linux talks

[ Thanks to LinuxDevices.com for this link.

“Linux is a growing focus of exhibitors and presenters alike
— and, no doubt, the attendees — at the upcoming Applied
Computing Conference & Expo (formerly the PC Developers
Conference) to be held May 22-25 at the Santa Clara Convention
Center, Santa Clara, CA.
The event is a combo tradeshow and
technical conference devoted to what Intel calls the “applied
computing” market.

“What’s applied computing? According to Intel’s developer
website, applied computing refers to market segments that consist
of connected, high-performance systems designed for dedicated
application that enhance business information systems through the
Internet or Intranet. These applications apply mainstream computing
technologies in computers that are dedicated to specific

Linux talks at the Applied Computing

The following Linux schedule provides a detailed overview of the
Linux topics that will be covered at the Applied Computing

  • Embedded Linux — Challenges and Solutions…
  • Java and Linux on IA…
  • Selective Reduction of Linux for Embedded Devices…
  • High Availability Linux…”