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Upcoming Events


Mon 8 to Fri 12 May 2017: Android Porting Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android Porting Training in Brussels between May 8th and May 12th 2017, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers who want to port Android to new hardware, to change default boot-up animations, logo's and background, and to know how to efficiently work with the Android source code for customization and branding. The participants get a direct hands-on experience with their own demo board and VM interface, they learn how to avoid pitfalls and to be up and running quickly. The training covers the Android Architecture, specifics of the Android Linux kernel and Intellectual Property issues. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to port Android to new hardware and integrate it into embedded applications. For this course, all participants will receive an Android based device so they can continue their projects after the course.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android Porting Training

Mon 24 to Fri 28 April 2017: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between April 24th and April 28th 2017, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Mon 27 to Wed 29 March 2017: Yocto Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Yocto Training in Brussels between March 27th and March 29th 2017, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 3 days training is intended for developers who want to develop for or build an Embedded Linux system with Yocto.
The course starts with building a first system image with Yocto, flashing and booting it, boot over NFS, writing yocto recipes, modifying the root filesystem, writing a layer, extending the kernel within yocto, customising images and SDK.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Yocto Training

Mon 20 to Fri 24 March 2017: Linux C Programming Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux C Programming Training in Brussels between March 20th and March 24th 2017, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days course teaches Linux users how to do C Programming, specifically on the Linux operating system.
Linux C programming allows the highest performing applications and is necessary for low level programming, especially when dealing with devices and low level internals. We look and implement best practices and build on your previous experience. The solutions to the exercises are provided for those with less background.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux C Programming Training

Mon 20 to Fri 24 February 2017: Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training in Brussels between February 20th and February 24th 2017, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to learn how to write or improve Linux Kernel Drivers for Embedded Linux platforms and Linux in general. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical pitfalls. The training goes deep into the kernel architecture, the main APIs, the integration of device drivers with other parts of the kernel and with userspace applications. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to work on Linux device driver development projects.
During the training, all attendees also receive a specific ARM development board with which they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux Kernel and Device Driver Training


Recent Events


Mon 13 to Fri 17 February 2017: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between February 13th and February 17th 2017, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Sat 4 to Sun 5 February 2017: FOSDEM 2017 (Brussels, Belgium)
FOSDEM 2017 is a free and non-commercial event organised by the Open Source community, for the community.
FOSDEM 2017 will take place on February 4th and February 5th 2017, in Brussels, Belgium. Its goal is to provide Free and Open Source developers a place to meet. FOSDEM is entirely free and was visited last year by more than 5,000 developers.
All the Mind team will be attending FOSDEM 2017, so please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to take this occasion to meet and discuss.

FOSDEM, the Free and Open Source Software Developers' European Meeting


Mon 14 to Fri 18 November 2016: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between November 14th and November 18th 2016, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Mon 24 to Fri 28 October 2016: Android Porting Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android Porting Training in Brussels between October 24th and October 28th 2016, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers who want to port Android to new hardware, to change default boot-up animations, logo's and background, and to know how to efficiently work with the Android source code for customization and branding. The participants get a direct hands-on experience with their own demo board and VM interface, they learn how to avoid pitfalls and to be up and running quickly. The training covers the Android Architecture, specifics of the Android Linux kernel and Intellectual Property issues. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to port Android to new hardware and integrate it into embedded applications. For this course, all participants will receive an Android based device so they can continue their projects after the course.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android Porting Training

Tue 11 to Thu 13 October 2016: Mind will give a presentation at the Embedded Linux Conference Europe (Berlin, Germany)
The Embedded Linux Conference Europe (ELCE) is the premier vendor-neutral technical conference for companies and developers using Linux in embedded products.
This conference, now in it's 11th year, has the largest collection of sessions dedicated exclusively to embedded Linux and embedded Linux developers. ELCE is embedded Linux experts talking about solutions to your embedded Linux problems. ELCE consists of 2 days of presentations, tutorials and Bird-of-a-Feather sessions. The conference will be held from October 11th till October 13th 2016 in Berlin, Germany.
As one of the main players active in the field of Consultancy and Services for Linux and Open Source Software for Embedded Systems, Mind will give a presentation about "Flash storage technology", on Tuesday October 11th at 14:00.

Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2016

Tue 11 October 2016: Smart Systems Industry Summit 2016 (Mechelen, Belgium)
The Smart Systems Industry Summit is an international conference and exhibition on Smart Electronic Systems. The conference will offer a stage for the companies and organizations of the embedded eco-system to highlight their achievements and realizations in different application domains.
Mind will have a booth at SSIS 2016, so please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to take this occasion to meet and discuss.

DSP Valley's Smart Systems Industry Summit

Mon 19 to Fri 23 September 2016: Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training in Brussels between September 19th and September 23rd 2016, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to learn how to write or improve Linux Kernel Drivers for Embedded Linux platforms and Linux in general. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical pitfalls. The training goes deep into the kernel architecture, the main APIs, the integration of device drivers with other parts of the kernel and with userspace applications. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to work on Linux device driver development projects.
During the training, all attendees also receive a specific ARM development board with which they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux Kernel and Device Driver Training

Mon 12 to Fri 16 September 2016: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between September 12th and September 16th 2016, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Mon 5 to Fri 9 September 2016: Linux C Programming Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux C Programming Training in Brussels between September 5th and September 9th 2016, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days course teaches Linux users how to do C Programming, specifically on the Linux operating system.
Linux C programming allows the highest performing applications and is necessary for low level programming, especially when dealing with devices and low level internals. We look and implement best practices and build on your previous experience. The solutions to the exercises are provided for those with less background.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux C Programming Training

Mon 13 to Fri 17 June 2016: Android Porting Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android Porting Training in Brussels between June 13th and June 17th 2016, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers who want to port Android to new hardware, to change default boot-up animations, logo's and background, and to know how to efficiently work with the Android source code for customization and branding. The participants get a direct hands-on experience with their own demo board and VM interface, they learn how to avoid pitfalls and to be up and running quickly. The training covers the Android Architecture, specifics of the Android Linux kernel and Intellectual Property issues. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to port Android to new hardware and integrate it into embedded applications. For this course, all participants will receive an Android based device so they can continue their projects after the course.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android Porting Training

Mon 6 to Fri 10 June 2016: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between June 6th and June 10th 2016, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Mon 9 to Fri 13 May 2016: Linux C Programming Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux C Programming Training in Brussels between May 9th and May 13th 2016, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days course teaches Linux users how to do C Programming, specifically on the Linux operating system.
Linux C programming allows the highest performing applications and is necessary for low level programming, especially when dealing with devices and low level internals. We look and implement best practices and build on your previous experience. The solutions to the exercises are provided for those with less background.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux C Programming Training

Mon 25 to Fri 29 April 2016: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between April 25th and April 29th 2016, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Mon 21 to Fri 25 March 2016: Android Porting Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android Porting Training in Brussels between March 21st and March 25th 2016, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers who want to port Android to new hardware, to change default boot-up animations, logo's and background, and to know how to efficiently work with the Android source code for customization and branding. The participants get a direct hands-on experience with their own demo board and VM interface, they learn how to avoid pitfalls and to be up and running quickly. The training covers the Android Architecture, specifics of the Android Linux kernel and Intellectual Property issues. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to port Android to new hardware and integrate it into embedded applications. For this course, all participants will receive an Android based device so they can continue their projects after the course.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android Porting Training

Mon 14 to Fri 18 March 2016: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between March 14th and March 18th 2016, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Mon 15 to Fri 19 February 2016: Linux C Programming Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux C Programming Training in Brussels between February 15th and February 19th 2016, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days course teaches Linux users how to do C Programming, specifically on the Linux operating system.
Linux C programming allows the highest performing applications and is necessary for low level programming, especially when dealing with devices and low level internals. We look and implement best practices and build on your previous experience. The solutions to the exercises are provided for those with less background.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux C Programming Training

Mon 1 to Fri 5 February 2016: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between February 1st and February 5th 2016, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Sat 30 to Sun 31 January 2016: FOSDEM 2016 (Brussels, Belgium)
FOSDEM 2016 is a free and non-commercial event organised by the Open Source community, for the community.
FOSDEM 2016 will take place on January 30th and January 31st 2016, in Brussels, Belgium. Its goal is to provide Free and Open Source developers a place to meet. FOSDEM is entirely free and was visited last year by more than 5,000 developers.
All the Mind team will be attending FOSDEM 2016, so please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to take this occasion to meet and discuss.

FOSDEM, the Free and Open Source Software Developers' European Meeting


Mon 25 to Fri 29 January 2016: Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training in Brussels between January 25th and January 29th 2016, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to learn how to write or improve Linux Kernel Drivers for Embedded Linux platforms and Linux in general. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical pitfalls. The training goes deep into the kernel architecture, the main APIs, the integration of device drivers with other parts of the kernel and with userspace applications. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to work on Linux device driver development projects.
During the training, all attendees also receive a specific ARM development board with which they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux Kernel and Device Driver Training

Mon 14 to Fri 18 December 2015: Linux C Programming Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux C Programming Training in Brussels between December 14th and December 18th 2015, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days course teaches Linux users how to do C Programming, specifically on the Linux operating system.
Linux C programming allows the highest performing applications and is necessary for low level programming, especially when dealing with devices and low level internals. We look and implement best practices and build on your previous experience. The solutions to the exercises are provided for those with less background.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux C Programming Training

Mon 7 to Fri 11 December 2015: Android Porting Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android Porting Training in Brussels between December 7th and December 11th 2015, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers who want to port Android to new hardware, to change default boot-up animations, logo's and background, and to know how to efficiently work with the Android source code for customization and branding. The participants get a direct hands-on experience with their own demo board and VM interface, they learn how to avoid pitfalls and to be up and running quickly. The training covers the Android Architecture, specifics of the Android Linux kernel and Intellectual Property issues. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to port Android to new hardware and integrate it into embedded applications. For this course, all participants will receive an Android based device so they can continue their projects after the course.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android Porting Training

Mon 30 to Wed 4 November 2015: Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training in Brussels between November 30th and December 4th 2015, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to learn how to write or improve Linux Kernel Drivers for Embedded Linux platforms and Linux in general. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical pitfalls. The training goes deep into the kernel architecture, the main APIs, the integration of device drivers with other parts of the kernel and with userspace applications. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to work on Linux device driver development projects.
During the training, all attendees also receive a specific ARM development board with which they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux Kernel and Device Driver Training

Mon 23 to Wed 25 November 2015: Embedded Linux Update Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Embedded Linux Update Training in Brussels between November 23rd and November 25th 2015, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 3 days training is intended for developers who are looking for an update in current evolutions in Embedded Linux. The training covers various subjects such as: Embedded Android, Linux Kernel with Device Tree, Yocto, GIT, etc…
During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Update Training

Mon 16 to Fri 20 November 2015: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between November 16th and November 20th 2015, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Mon 26 to Wed 28 October 2015: Android App Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android App Development Training in Brussels between October 26th and October 28th 2015, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 3 days training is intended for developers who want to learn to write Android applications. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical Android pitfalls. The training first describes the Android architecture, and then covers all major parts of the API and application through theory and exercises. During the training, all attendees also receive an Android based device so that they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android App Development Training

Mon 12 to Fri 16 October 2015: Linux C Programming Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux C Programming Training in Brussels between October 12th and October 16th 2015, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days course teaches Linux users how to do C Programming, specifically on the Linux operating system.
Linux C programming allows the highest performing applications and is necessary for low level programming, especially when dealing with devices and low level internals. We look and implement best practices and build on your previous experience. The solutions to the exercises are provided for those with less background.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux C Programming Training

Mon 5 to Fri 9 October 2015: Android Porting Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android Porting Training in Brussels between October 5th and October 9th 2015, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers who want to port Android to new hardware, to change default boot-up animations, logo's and background, and to know how to efficiently work with the Android source code for customization and branding. The participants get a direct hands-on experience with their own demo board and VM interface, they learn how to avoid pitfalls and to be up and running quickly. The training covers the Android Architecture, specifics of the Android Linux kernel and Intellectual Property issues. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to port Android to new hardware and integrate it into embedded applications. For this course, all participants will receive an Android based device so they can continue their projects after the course.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android Porting Training

Mon 5 to Fri 9 October 2015: Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training in Brussels between October 5th and October 9th 2015, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to learn how to write or improve Linux Kernel Drivers for Embedded Linux platforms and Linux in general. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical pitfalls. The training goes deep into the kernel architecture, the main APIs, the integration of device drivers with other parts of the kernel and with userspace applications. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to work on Linux device driver development projects.
During the training, all attendees also receive a specific ARM development board with which they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux Kernel and Device Driver Training

Mon 5 to Wed 7 October 2015: ELC-E (Dublin, Ireland)
The Embedded Linux Conference Europe (ELCE) is the premier vendor-neutral technical conference for companies and developers using Linux in embedded products. This conference, now in it's 8th year, has the largest collection of sessions dedicated exclusively to embedded Linux and embedded Linux developers. ELCE is embedded Linux experts talking about solutions to your embedded Linux problems. ELCE consists of 3 days of presentations, tutorials and Bird-of-a-Feather sessions.
ELC-E

Mon 21 to Fri 25 September 2015: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between September 21st and September 25th 2015, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Thu 24 September: Qt Embedded hands-on workshop (Deurle, Belgium)
This workshop will show how a Qt application is developed and deployed on an embedded platform. Although this workshop is not sufficient to immediately start programming Qt applications, it gives enough pointers to documentation, tutorials and examples to allow you to learn Qt on your own. The presentations will cover the full design flow starting from Yocto installation up to the hardware connection to the board enabling software deployment.
For more details such as location, summary of the course, etc... please read our invitation.
QT Seminar


Wed 16 to Fri 18 September 2015: Android App Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android App Development Training in Brussels between September 16th and September 18th 2015, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 3 days training is intended for developers who want to learn to write Android applications. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical Android pitfalls. The training first describes the Android architecture, and then covers all major parts of the API and application through theory and exercises. During the training, all attendees also receive an Android based device so that they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android App Development Training

Mon 15 to Fri 19 June 2015: Linux C Programming Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux C Programming Training in Brussels between June 15th and June 19th 2015, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days course teaches Linux users how to do C Programming, specifically on the Linux operating system.
Linux C programming allows the highest performing applications and is necessary for low level programming, especially when dealing with devices and low level internals. We look and implement best practices and build on your previous experience. The solutions to the exercises are provided for those with less background.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux C Programming Training

Wed 17 to Fri 19 June 2015: Embedded Linux Update Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Embedded Linux Update Training in Brussels between June 17th and June 19th 2015, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 3 days training is intended for developers who are looking for an update in current evolutions in Embedded Linux. The training covers various subjects such as: Embedded Android, Linux Kernel with Device Tree, Yocto, GIT, etc…
During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Update Training

Mon 8 to Fri 12 June 2015: Android Porting Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android Porting Training in Brussels between June 8th and June 12th 2015, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers who want to port Android to new hardware, to change default boot-up animations, logo's and background, and to know how to efficiently work with the Android source code for customization and branding. The participants get a direct hands-on experience with their own demo board and VM interface, they learn how to avoid pitfalls and to be up and running quickly. The training covers the Android Architecture, specifics of the Android Linux kernel and Intellectual Property issues. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to port Android to new hardware and integrate it into embedded applications. For this course, all participants will receive an Android based device so they can continue their projects after the course.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android Porting Training

Wed 27 to Fri 29 May 2015: Android App Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android App Development Training in Brussels between May 27th and May 29th 2015, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 3 days training is intended for developers who want to learn to write Android applications. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical Android pitfalls. The training first describes the Android architecture, and then covers all major parts of the API and application through theory and exercises. During the training, all attendees also receive an Android based device so that they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android App Development Training

Mon 18 to Fri 22 May 2015: Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training in Brussels between May 18th and May 22nd 2015, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to learn how to write or improve Linux Kernel Drivers for Embedded Linux platforms and Linux in general. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical pitfalls. The training goes deep into the kernel architecture, the main APIs, the integration of device drivers with other parts of the kernel and with userspace applications. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to work on Linux device driver development projects.
During the training, all attendees also receive a specific ARM development board with which they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux Kernel and Device Driver Training

Mon 18 to Fri 22 May 2015: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between May 18th and May 22nd 2015, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Mon 20 to Fri 24 April 2015: Android Porting Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android Porting Training in Brussels between April 20th and April 24th 2015, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers who want to port Android to new hardware, to change default boot-up animations, logo's and background, and to know how to efficiently work with the Android source code for customization and branding. The participants get a direct hands-on experience with their own demo board and VM interface, they learn how to avoid pitfalls and to be up and running quickly. The training covers the Android Architecture, specifics of the Android Linux kernel and Intellectual Property issues. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to port Android to new hardware and integrate it into embedded applications. For this course, all participants will receive an Android based device so they can continue their projects after the course.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android Porting Training

Tue 24 to Thu 26 February 2015: Embedded World 2015 (Nuremberg, Germany)
Mind will participate at the The Embedded World Exhibition & Conference from February 24th to February 26th 2015 in Nuremberg, Germany.
The Embedded World Exhibition & Conference is the world´s biggest exhibition of its kind and the meeting-place of the international embedded community. More than 800 exhibitors from all over the world came to Nuremberg again in 2014 to present components, software tools, system development or consulting and services in the field of embedded systems.
As co-exhibitor of DSP Valley, we're looking forward to meeting you on our booth 4-611.

Embedded World 2015


Mon 23 to Fri 27 February 2015: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between February 23rd and February 27th 2015, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Mon 9 to Fri 13 February 2015: Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training in Brussels between February 9th and February 13th 2015, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to learn how to write or improve Linux Kernel Drivers for Embedded Linux platforms and Linux in general. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical pitfalls. The training goes deep into the kernel architecture, the main APIs, the integration of device drivers with other parts of the kernel and with userspace applications. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to work on Linux device driver development projects.
During the training, all attendees also receive a specific ARM development board with which they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux Kernel and Device Driver Training

Mon 9 to Fri 13 February 2015: Linux C Programming Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux C Programming Training in Brussels between February 9th and February 13th 2015, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days course teaches Linux users how to do C Programming, specifically on the Linux operating system.
Linux C programming allows the highest performing applications and is necessary for low level programming, especially when dealing with devices and low level internals. We look and implement best practices and build on your previous experience. The solutions to the exercises are provided for those with less background.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux C Programming Training

Mon 9 to Fri 13 February 2015: Android Porting Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android Porting Training in Brussels between February 9th and February 13th 2015, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers who want to port Android to new hardware, to change default boot-up animations, logo's and background, and to know how to efficiently work with the Android source code for customization and branding. The participants get a direct hands-on experience with their own demo board and VM interface, they learn how to avoid pitfalls and to be up and running quickly. The training covers the Android Architecture, specifics of the Android Linux kernel and Intellectual Property issues. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to port Android to new hardware and integrate it into embedded applications. For this course, all participants will receive an Android based device so they can continue their projects after the course.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android Porting Training

Sat 31 January to Sun 1 February 2015: FOSDEM 2015 (Brussels, Belgium)
FOSDEM 2015 is a free and non-commercial event organised by the Open Source community, for the community.
FOSDEM 2015 will take place on January 31st and February 1st 2015, in Brussels, Belgium. Its goal is to provide Free and Open Source developers a place to meet. FOSDEM is entirely free and was visited last year by more than 5,000 developers.
As one of the main players in the field of consultancy and services for Linux and Open Source Software for Embedded Systems, Atilla Filiz of Mind will give a presentation "FreeRTOS introduction", on Saturday January 31st at 11:00 in the Embedded devroom.
All the Mind team will be attending FOSDEM 2015, so please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to take this occasion to meet and discuss.

FOSDEM, the Free and Open Source Software Developers' European Meeting


Wed 21 to Fri 23 January 2015: Android App Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android App Development Training in Brussels between January 21st and January 23rd 2015, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 3 days training is intended for developers who want to learn to write Android applications. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical Android pitfalls. The training first describes the Android architecture, and then covers all major parts of the API and application through theory and exercises. During the training, all attendees also receive an Android based device so that they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android App Development Training

Mon 19 to Fri 23 January 2015: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between January 19th and January 23rd 2015, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Mon 1 to Fri 5 December 2014: Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training in Brussels between December 1st and December 5th 2014, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to learn how to write or improve Linux Kernel Drivers for Embedded Linux platforms and Linux in general. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical pitfalls. The training goes deep into the kernel architecture, the main APIs, the integration of device drivers with other parts of the kernel and with userspace applications. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to work on Linux device driver development projects.
During the training, all attendees also receive a specific ARM development board with which they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux Device Driver Training

Mon 3 to Fri 7 November 2014: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between November 3rd and November 7th 2014, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Mon 20 to Fri 24 October 2014: Linux C Programming Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux C Programming Training in Brussels between October 20th and October 24th 2014, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days course teaches Linux users how to do C Programming, specifically on the Linux operating system.
Linux C programming allows the highest performing applications and is necessary for low level programming, especially when dealing with devices and low level internals. We look and implement best practices and build on your previous experience. The solutions to the exercises are provided for those with less background.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux Device Driver Training

Mon 6 to Fri 10 October 2014: Android Porting Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android Porting Training in Brussels between October 6th and October 10th 2014, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers who want to port Android to new hardware, to change default boot-up animations, logo's and background, and to know how to efficiently work with the Android source code for customization and branding. The participants get a direct hands-on experience with their own demo board and VM interface, they learn how to avoid pitfalls and to be up and running quickly. The training covers the Android Architecture, specifics of the Android Linux kernel and Intellectual Property issues. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to port Android to new hardware and integrate it into embedded applications. For this course, all participants will receive an Android based device so they can continue their projects after the course.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android Porting Training

Wed 24 to Fri 26 September 2014: Android App Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android App Development Training in Brussels between September 24th and September 26th 2014, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 3 days training is intended for developers who want to learn to write Android applications. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical Android pitfalls. The training first describes the Android architecture, and then covers all major parts of the API and application through theory and exercises. During the training, all attendees also receive an Android based device so that they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android App Development Training

Mon 22 to Fri 26 September 2014: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between September 22nd and September 26th 2014, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Mon 16 to Fri 20 June 2014: Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training in Brussels between June 16th and June 20th 2014, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to learn how to write or improve Linux Kernel Drivers for Embedded Linux platforms and Linux in general. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical pitfalls. The training goes deep into the kernel architecture, the main APIs, the integration of device drivers with other parts of the kernel and with userspace applications. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to work on Linux device driver development projects.
During the training, all attendees also receive a specific ARM development board with which they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux Device Driver Training

Mon 16 to Fri 20 June 2014: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between June 16th and June 20th 2014, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Mon 12 to Fri 16 May 2014: Android Porting Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android Porting Training in Brussels between May 12th and May 16th 2014, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers who want to port Android to new hardware, to change default boot-up animations, logo's and background, and to know how to efficiently work with the Android source code for customization and branding. The participants get a direct hands-on experience with their own demo board and VM interface, they learn how to avoid pitfalls and to be up and running quickly. The training covers the Android Architecture, specifics of the Android Linux kernel and Intellectual Property issues. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to port Android to new hardware and integrate it into embedded applications. For this course, all participants will receive an Android based device so they can continue their projects after the course.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android Porting Training

Mon 5 to Fri 9 May 2014: Embedded Linux Training on Xilinx's Zynq platform (Ghent, Belgium)
Mind is organising in cooperation with Silica an Embedded Linux Training on Xilinx's Zynq platform in Ghent (BE) between May 5th and May 9th 2014.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint MicroZed embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Silica Embedded Linux Training

Mon 5 to Wed 7 May 2014: Android App Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android App Development Training in Brussels between May 5th and May 7th 2014, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 3 days training is intended for developers who want to learn to write Android applications. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical Android pitfalls. The training first describes the Android architecture, and then covers all major parts of the API and application through theory and exercises. During the training, all attendees also receive an Android based device so that they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android App Development Training

Mon 17 to Fri 21 March 2014: Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training in Brussels between March 17th and March 21st 2014, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to learn how to write or improve Linux Kernel Drivers for Embedded Linux platforms and Linux in general. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical pitfalls. The training goes deep into the kernel architecture, the main APIs, the integration of device drivers with other parts of the kernel and with userspace applications. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to work on Linux device driver development projects.
During the training, all attendees also receive a specific ARM development board with which they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux Device Driver Training

Mon 17 to Fri 21 March 2014: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between March 17th and March 21st 2014, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Tue 4 to Thu 6 February 2014: Android App Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android App Development Training in Brussels between February 4th and February 6th 2014, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 3 days training is intended for developers who want to learn to write Android applications. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical Android pitfalls. The training first describes the Android architecture, and then covers all major parts of the API and application through theory and exercises. During the training, all attendees also receive an Android based device so that they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android App Development Training

Mon 3 to Tue 4 February 2014: Mind participates in the Buildroot Developer Days (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind will be participating in the Buildroot Developer Days which will take place in Brussels, Belgium, on February 3rd and February 4th 2014, immediately following the FOSDEM 2014 conference. This meeting will be a mixture of discussion and hacking session around the Buildroot project.
Buildroot Developer Days

Sat 1 to Sun 2 February 2014: FOSDEM 2014 (Brussels, Belgium)
FOSDEM 2014 is a free and non-commercial event organised by the Open Source community, for the community.
FOSDEM 2014 will take place on February 1st and February 2nd 2014, in Brussels, Belgium. Its goal is to provide Free and Open Source developers a place to meet. FOSDEM is entirely free and was visited last year by more than 5,000 developers.
As one of the main players in the field of consultancy and services for Linux and Open Source Software for Embedded Systems, Mind will give a presentation about "Android Sensors 101: What you can do with sensors and how you can integrate them with Android", on Sunday February 2nd at 13:30 in the Embedded devroom.
All the Mind team will be attending FOSDEM 2014, so please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to take this occasion to meet and discuss.

FOSDEM, the Free and Open Source Software Developers' European Meeting


Mon 27 to Fri 31 January 2014: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between January 27th and January 31st 2014, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Mon 9 to Fri 13 December 2013: Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training in Brussels between December 9th and December 13th 2013, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to learn how to write or improve Linux Kernel Drivers for Embedded Linux platforms and Linux in general. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical pitfalls. The training goes deep into the kernel architecture, the main APIs, the integration of device drivers with other parts of the kernel and with userspace applications. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to work on Linux device driver development projects.
During the training, all attendees also receive a specific ARM development board with which they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux Device Driver Training

Mon 2 to Fri 6 December 2013: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between December 2nd and December 6th 2013, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Fri 25 October 2013: Mind gives a presentation at the Embedded Linux Conference - Europe (Edinburgh, UK)
The Embedded Linux Conference Europe (ELCE) is the premier vendor-neutral technical conference for companies and developers using Linux in embedded products. This conference, now in it's 8th year, has the largest collection of sessions dedicated exclusively to embedded Linux and embedded Linux developers. ELCE is embedded Linux experts talking about solutions to your embedded Linux problems. ELCE consists of 2 days of presentations, tutorials and Bird-of-a-Feather sessions. The conference will be held from October 24th till October 25th 2013 in Edinburgh, UK.
As one of the main players in the field of Consultancy and Services for Linux and Open Source Software for Embedded Systems, Mind will give a presentation about "Android on Non-Mobile Embedded Systems". The presentation is available on our Publications page.

Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2013

Mon 21 to Fri 25 October 2013: Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training in Brussels between October 21st and October 25th 2013, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to learn how to write or improve Linux Kernel Drivers for Embedded Linux platforms and Linux in general. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical pitfalls. The training goes deep into the kernel architecture, the main APIs, the integration of device drivers with other parts of the kernel and with userspace applications. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to work on Linux device driver development projects.
During the training, all attendees also receive a specific ARM development board with which they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux Device Driver Training

Mon 21 to Fri 25 October 2013: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between October 21st and October 25th 2013, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Wed 11 to Fri 13 September 2013: Android App Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android App Development Training in Brussels between September 11th and September 13th 2013, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 3 days training is intended for developers who want to learn to write Android applications. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical Android pitfalls. The training first describes the Android architecture, and then covers all major parts of the API and application through theory and exercises. During the training, all attendees also receive an Android based device so that they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android App Development Training

Mon 17 to Fri 21 June 2013: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between June 17th and June 21st 2013, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Wed 22 to Fri 24 May 2013: Android App Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android App Development Training in Brussels between May 22nd and May 24th 2013, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 3 days training is intended for developers who want to learn to write Android applications. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical Android pitfalls. The training first describes the Android architecture, and then covers all major parts of the API and application through theory and exercises. During the training, all attendees also receive an Android based device so that they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android App Development Training

Mon 13 to Fri 17 May 2013: Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux Kernel and Device Driver Development Training in Brussels between May 13th and May 17th 2013, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to learn how to write or improve Linux Kernel Drivers for Embedded Linux platforms and Linux in general. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical pitfalls. The training goes deep into the kernel architecture, the main APIs, the integration of device drivers with other parts of the kernel and with userspace applications. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to work on Linux device driver development projects.
During the training, all attendees also receive a specific ARM development board with which they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux Device Driver Training

Mon 13 to Fri 17 May 2013: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between May 13th and May 17th 2013, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Mon 4 to Fri 8 March 2013: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between March 4th and March 8th 2013, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Tue 26 to Thu 28 February 2013: Embedded World 2013 (Nuremberg, Germany)
Mind will participate at the The Embedded World Exhibition & Conference from February 26th to February 28th 2013 in Nuremberg, Germany.
The Embedded World Exhibition & Conference is the world´s biggest exhibition of its kind and the meeting-place of the international embedded community. More than 800 exhibitors from all over the world will come to Nuremberg again in 2013 to present components, software tools, system development or consulting and services in the field of embedded systems.
As co-exhibitor of DSP Valley, we're looking forward to meeting you on our booth 4-109.

Embedded World 2013


Mon 25 to Fri 1 February 2013: Linux Device Driver Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux Device Driver Training in Brussels between February 25th and March 1st 2013, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to learn how to write or improve Linux Kernel Drivers for Embedded Linux platforms and Linux in general. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical pitfalls. The training goes deep into the kernel architecture, the main APIs, the integration of device drivers with other parts of the kernel and with userspace applications. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to work on Linux device driver development projects.
During the training, all attendees also receive a specific ARM development board with which they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux Device Driver Training

Tue 19 February 2013: Jobbeurs Campus De Nayer 2013 (Sint-Katelijne-Waver, Belgium)
The Jobbeurs Campus De Nayer will take place at the Campus De Nayer in Sint-Katelijne-Waver on February 19th 2013.
As a sponsor, Mind will be present and will have a booth during the exhibition.
Jobbeurs Campus De Nayer 2013

Mon 4 to Wed 6 February 2013: Android App Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android App Development Training in Brussels between February 4th and February 6th 2013, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 3 days training is intended for developers who want to learn to write Android applications. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical Android pitfalls. The training first describes the Android architecture, and then covers all major parts of the API and application through theory and exercises. During the training, all attendees also receive an Android based device so that they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android App Development Training

Mon 4 to Tue 5 February 2013: Mind participates in the Buildroot Developer Days (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind will be participating in the Buildroot Developer Days which will take place in Brussels, Belgium, on February 4th and February 5th 2013, immediately following the FOSDEM 2013 conference. This meeting will be a mixture of discussion and hacking session around the Buildroot project.
Buildroot Developer Days

Sat 2 to Sun 3 February 2013: FOSDEM 2013 (Brussels, Belgium)
FOSDEM 2013 is a free and non-commercial event organised by the Open Source community, for the community.
FOSDEM 2013 will take place on February 2nd and February 3rd 2013, in Brussels, Belgium. Its goal is to provide Free and Open Source developers a place to meet. FOSDEM is entirely free and was visited last year by more than 5,000 developers.
As one of the main players in the field of consultancy and services for Linux and Open Source Software for Embedded Systems, Mind will give a presentation about "Emdedded distro shootout: buildroot vs. Debian", on Saturday February 2nd at 12:00 in the Cross distro devroom.
All the Mind team will be attending FOSDEM 2013, so please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to take this occasion to meet and discuss.

FOSDEM, the Free and Open Source Software Developers' European Meeting


Mon 21 to Fri 25 January 2013: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between January 21st and January 25th 2013, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Mon 10 to Fri 14 December 2012: Linux Device Driver Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux Device Driver Training in Brussels between December 10th and December 14th 2012, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to learn how to write or improve Linux Kernel Drivers for Embedded Linux platforms and Linux in general. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical pitfalls. The training goes deep into the kernel architecture, the main APIs, the integration of device drivers with other parts of the kernel and with userspace applications. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to work on Linux device driver development projects.
During the training, all attendees also receive a specific ARM development board with which they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux Device Driver Training

Mon 3 to Fri 7 December 2012: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between December 3rd and December 7th 2012, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Wed 28 to Fri 30 November 2012: Android App Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android App Development Training in Brussels between November 28th and November 30th 2012, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 3 days training is intended for developers who want to learn to write Android applications. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical Android pitfalls. The training first describes the Android architecture, and then covers all major parts of the API and application through theory and exercises. During the training, all attendees also receive an Android based device so that they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android App Development Training

Mon 5 to Wed 7 November 2012: Mind gives a presentation at the Embedded Linux Conference - Europe (Barcelona, Spain)
The Embedded Linux Conference Europe (ELCE) is the premier vendor-neutral technical conference for companies and developers using Linux in embedded products. This conference, now in it's 7th year, has the largest collection of sessions dedicated exclusively to embedded Linux and embedded Linux developers. ELCE is embedded Linux experts talking about solutions to your embedded Linux problems. ELCE consists of 3 days of presentations, tutorials and Bird-of-a-Feather sessions. The conference will be held from November 5th till November 7th 2012 in Barcelona, Spain.
As one of the main players in the field of Consultancy and Services for Linux and Open Source Software for Embedded Systems, Mind will give a presentation about "Remote upgrades: Upgrading without bricking". The presentation will soon be available on our Publications page.

Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2012

Sat 3 to Sun 4 November 2012: Mind participates in the Buildroot Developer Days (Barcelona, Spain)
Mind will be participating in the Buildroot Developer Days which will take place in Barcelona, Spain, in co-hosting with the Embedded Linux Conference Europe. This meeting will be a mixture of discussion and hacking session around the Buildroot project.
Buildroot Developer Days

Sat 27 to Sun 28 October 2012: Technical Dutch Open Source Event (T-DOSE) (Eindhoven, The Netherlands)
T-DOSE is a free and yearly event held in The Netherlands to promote use and development of Open Source Software. During this event Open Source projects, developers and visitors can exchange ideas and knowledge. This year's event will be held on 27th and 28th of October 2012 at the Fontys University of Applied Science in Eindhoven.
As one of the main players in the field of Consultancy and Services for Linux and Open Source Software for Embedded Systems, Mind will give a presentation about "Fast deployment of embedded systems with buildroot". The presentation will soon be available on our Publications page.
T-Dose 2012

Tue 16 October 2012: DSP Valley Business-to-Business Forum (Leuven, Belgium)
On October 16th 2012, Mind will participate to the DSP Valley Business-to-Business Forum. An entire day filled with interesting 1-on-1 meetings with some of the leading executives of the embedded industry in the BeNeLux and Europe, with a pre-screening guaranteeing a high level of relevance for your business development. This very efficient format allows you to have 8 to 10 high-quality meetings in just 1 day.
Just like every year, the technology focus for this matchmaking forum will be on “Design and development of embedded technology and systems for signal processing”. This includes image processing, sound processing, communication and navigation technologies, covering the (micro-electronics) hardware as well as the (embedded) software, and digital as well as analog and mixed-signal sensor-technologies.
DSP Valley

Mon 15 to Fri 19 October 2012: Linux Device Driver Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux Device Driver Training in Brussels between October 15th and October 19th 2012, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to learn how to write or improve Linux Kernel Drivers for Embedded Linux platforms and Linux in general. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical pitfalls. The training goes deep into the kernel architecture, the main APIs, the integration of device drivers with other parts of the kernel and with userspace applications. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to work on Linux device driver development projects.
During the training, all attendees also receive a specific ARM development board with which they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux Device Driver Training

Mon 10 to Fri 14 September 2012: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between September 10th and September 14th 2012, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Mon 30 to Sun 1 July 2012: Android App Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android App Development Training in Brussels between July 30th and August 1st 2012, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 3 days training is intended for developers who want to learn to write Android applications. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical Android pitfalls. The training first describes the Android architecture, and then covers all major parts of the API and application through theory and exercises. During the training, all attendees also receive an Android based device so that they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android App Development Training

Mon 23 to Fri 27 July 2012: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between July 23rd and July 27th 2012, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Mon 21 to Fri 25 May 2012: Linux Device Driver Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux Device Driver Training in Brussels between May 21st and May 25th 2012, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to learn how to write or improve Linux Kernel Drivers for Embedded Linux platforms and Linux in general. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical pitfalls. The training goes deep into the kernel architecture, the main APIs, the integration of device drivers with other parts of the kernel and with userspace applications. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to work on Linux device driver development projects.
During the training, all attendees also receive a specific ARM development board with which they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux Device Driver Training

Wed 2 to Fri 4 May 2012: Android App Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android App Development Training in Brussels between May 2nd and May 4th 2012, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 3 days training is intended for developers who want to learn to write Android applications. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical Android pitfalls. The training first describes the Android architecture, and then covers all major parts of the API and application through theory and exercises. During the training, all attendees also receive an Android based device so that they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android App Development Training

Mon 2 to Fri 6 April 2012: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between April 2nd and April 6th 2012, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Mon 5 to Wed 7 March 2012: Android App Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android App Development Training in Brussels between March 5th and March 7th 2012, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 3 days training is intended for developers who want to learn to write Android applications. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical Android pitfalls. The training first describes the Android architecture, and then covers all major parts of the API and application through theory and exercises. During the training, all attendees also receive an Android based device so that they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android App Development Training

Wed 28 to Thu 1 March 2012: Embedded World 2012 (Nuremberg, Germany)
Mind will participate at the The Embedded World Exhibition & Conference again next year, from February 28th to March 1st 2012 in Nuremberg, Germany.
The Embedded World Exhibition & Conference is the world´s biggest exhibition of its kind and the meeting-place of the international embedded community. More than 800 exhibitors from all over the world will come to Nuremberg again in 2012 to present components, software tools, system development or consulting and services in the field of embedded systems.
As co-exhibitor of DSP Valley, we're looking forward to meeting you on our booth 4-109.

Embedded World 2012


Mon 27 February to Fri 2 March 2012: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between February 27th and March 2nd 2012, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Mon 13 to Fri 17 February 2012: Linux Device Driver Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux Device Driver Training in Brussels between February 13th and February 17th 2012, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to learn how to write or improve Linux Kernel Drivers for Embedded Linux platforms and Linux in general. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical pitfalls. The training goes deep into the kernel architecture, the main APIs, the integration of device drivers with other parts of the kernel and with userspace applications. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to work on Linux device driver development projects.
During the training, all attendees also receive a specific ARM development board with which they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux Device Driver Training

Sat 4 to Sun 5 February 2012: FOSDEM 2012 (Brussels, Belgium)
FOSDEM 2012 is a free and non-commercial event organised by the community, for the community. Its goal is to provide Free and Open Source developers a place to meet. FOSDEM is entirely free and was visited last year by more than 2,000 developers.
As one of the main players in the field of Consultancy and Services for Linux and Open Source Software for Embedded Systems, Mind will give two presentations about: All the Mind team will be attending FOSDEM 2012, so please let us know if you would like to take this occasion to meet and discuss.

FOSDEM, the Free and Open Source Software Developers' European Meeting


Mon 21 to Fri 25 November 2011: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between November 21st and November 25th 2011, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Tue 15 November 2011: DSP Valley Business-to-Business Forum (Leuven, Belgium)
On November 15th 2011, Mind will participate to the DSP Valley Business-to-Business Forum. An entire day filled with interesting 1-on-1 meetings with some of the leading executives of the embedded industry in the BeNeLux and Europe, with a pre-screening guaranteeing a high level of relevance for your business development. This very efficient format allows you to have 8 to 10 high-quality meetings in just 1 day.
Just like every year, the technology focus for this matchmaking forum will be on “Design and development of embedded technology and systems for signal processing”. This includes image processing, sound processing, communication and navigation technologies, covering the (micro-electronics) hardware as well as the (embedded) software, and digital as well as analog and mixed-signal sensor-technologies.
DSP Valley

Thu 27 October 2011: Meet-and-Match Business Forum (Charleroi, Belgium)
On October 27th 2011, Mind will participate to the Meet-and-Match Business Forum organised in Charleroi by IT Clusters from Wallonia, among which INFOPOLE Cluster TIC. This Forum will be the occasion to meet members and non-members of IT Clusters from Wallonia, in order to create commercial, technological or financial partnerships.
Meet-and-Match

Mon 17 to Fri 21 October 2011: Linux Device Driver Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux Device Driver Training in Brussels between October 17th and October 21st 2011, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to learn how to write or improve Linux Kernel Drivers for Embedded Linux platforms and Linux in general. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical pitfalls. The training goes deep into the kernel architecture, the main APIs, the integration of device drivers with other parts of the kernel and with userspace applications. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to work on Linux device driver development projects.
During the training, all attendees also receive a specific ARM development board with which they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux Device Driver Training

Mon 26 to Wed 28 September 2011: Android App Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android App Development Training in Brussels between September 26th and September 28th 2011, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 3 days training is intended for developers who want to learn to write Android applications. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical Android pitfalls. The training first describes the Android architecture, and then covers all major parts of the API and application through theory and exercises. During the training, all attendees also receive an Android based device so that they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android App Development Training

Tue 20 September 2011: DSP Valley Seminar: Embedded Source Code Quality Control (Antwerp, Belgium)
On September 20th 2011, Mind will participate to the DSP Valley seminar "Embedded Source Code Quality Control". In this seminar, the following topics will be addressed by speakers both from industry and academia: global software quality assurance, static code analysis, MISRA-C source code guidelines and tools, Agile for software quality control and test driven design. We conclude the seminar with an interactive panel discussion in which the experts answer questions from the public.
As one of the main players in the field of Consultancy and Services for Linux and Open Source Software for Embedded Systems, Mind will participate and have a booth at the mini-exhibition organized to show products and demos.
DSP Valley

Mon 12 to Fri 16 September 2011: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between September 12th and September 16th 2011, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Mon 8 to Fri 12 August 2011: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between August 8th and August 12th 2011, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Training

Wed 27 to Fri 1 July 2011: Linux Device Driver Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising a Linux Device Driver Training in Brussels between June 27th and July 1st 2011, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to learn how to write or improve Linux Kernel Drivers for Embedded Linux platforms and Linux in general. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical pitfalls. The training goes deep into the kernel architecture, the main APIs, the integration of device drivers with other parts of the kernel and with userspace applications. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to work on Linux device driver development projects.
During the training, all attendees also receive a specific ARM development board with which they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Linux Device Driver Training

Tue 21 to Thu 23 June 2011: Android App Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Android App Development Training in Brussels between June 21st and June 23rd 2011, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 3 days training is intended for developers who want to learn to write Android applications. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical Android pitfalls. The training first describes the Android architecture, and then covers all major parts of the API and application through theory and exercises. During the training, all attendees also receive an Android based device so that they can continue to experiment later.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Android App Development Training

Mon 18 to Fri 22 April 2011: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between April 18th and April 22nd 2011, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Trainings

Mon 14 to Fri 18 March 2011: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between March 14th and March 18th 2011, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target.
For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Embedded Linux Trainings

Tue 1 to Thu 3 March 2011: Embedded World 2011 (Nuremberg, Germany)
The Embedded World Exhibition & Conference is the world´s biggest exhibition of its kind and the meeting-place of the international embedded community. Embedded technologies are in action everywhere -whether in the car, data and telecommunication systems, industrial and consumer electronics, military systems or aerospace. In 2010, more than 730 exhibitors showed the 18.350 visitors the full range of products for embedded technologies. Embedded World 2011 will be again the international get-together for the embedded scene, for hardware, software, tools and services.
As co-exhibitor of DSP Valley, we're looking forward to meeting you on our booth 12-426.

Embedded World 2011


Sat 5 to Sun 6 February 2011: FOSDEM 2011 (Brussels, Belgium)
FOSDEM 2011 is a free and non-commercial event organised by the community, for the community. Its goal is to provide Free and Open Source developers a place to meet. FOSDEM is entirely free and was visited last year by more than 2,000 developers.
Next to the main presentation tracks, the Embedded Developer Room will gather a series of presentations on Embedded & kernel Development.
As one of the main players in the field of Consultancy and Services for Linux and Open Source Software for Embedded Systems, Mind gave a presentation about "Creating secure web based user interfaces for Embedded Devices using Open Source Software."
All the Mind team will be attending FOSDEM 2011, so please let us know if you would like to take this occasion to meet and discuss.

FOSDEM, the Free and Open Source Software Developers' European Meeting


Sat 6 to Sun 7 November 2010: Technical Dutch Open Source Event (T-DOSE) (Eindhoven, The Netherlands)
T-DOSE is a free and yearly event held in The Netherlands to promote use and development of Open Source Software. During this event Open Source projects, developers and visitors can exchange ideas and knowledge. This years event was held on 6 and 7 November 2010 at the Fontys University of Applied Science in Eindhoven.
As one of the main players in the field of Consultancy and Services for Linux and Open Source Software for Embedded Systems, Mind gave a presentation about "Embedded Software Development best practices using Open Source Software".

T-Dose 2010


Wed 27 to Thu 28 October 2010: Embedded Linux Conference - Europe (Cambridge, UK)
The Embedded Linux Conference - Europe (ELC-E) is an international gathering of open source software developers for embedded systems. The conference was held on October 27 & 28, 2010 in Cambridge, UK and was co-located with the GStreamer Conference 2010.
As one of the main players in the field of Consultancy and Services for Linux and Open Source Software for Embedded Systems, Mind gave a presentation about "Practical Testing of Open Source Embedded Systems".
An article derived from the same subject has also been published.
For an overview of our other publications, please visit our Publications page.

Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2010


Tue 5 October 2010: DSP Valley Seminar: To C or not to C ? (Geel, Belgium)
On October 5th 2010, Mind participated to the DSP Valley seminar "To C or not to C ?". The seminar addressed and answered questions like: which programming language to choose ? Is the language that I use best suited for my application ? Do I miss opportunities for richer applications when using this or that programming language ? What are the do's and dont's when it comes to making a choice between different languages ? What are the advantages or downsides of the language I intend to use ?, etc...
As one of the main players in the field of Consultancy and Services for Linux and Open Source Software for Embedded Systems, Mind gave a presentation about Scripting languages and C.
In parallel to the presentations a mini-exhibition was organized to show products and demos.
DSP Valley

Fri 1 October 2010: AmiEs 2010 (Geel, Belgium)
AmiEs 2010, the 9th International Conference and Workshop on Ambient Intelligence and Embedded Systems, took place in Geel (Belgium) on September 30th and October 1st 2010.
As one of the main players in the field of Consultancy and Services for Embedded Systems, Mind gave a presentation about "State-of-the-art open source software for embedded systems: from Linux distributions to multimedia frameworks".
Mon 6 to Fri 10 September 2010: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between September 6th and September 10th 2010, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target.

For more details on this training, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Fri 25 June 2010: Fontys Embedded Linux seminar (Eindhoven, The Netherlands)
The Fontys University of Applied Sciences is organising a seminar about Embedded Linux in Eindhoven (The Netherlands) on June 25th 2010. For a detailed agenda of the seminar, please click here.
As one of the main players in the field of Consultancy and Services for Linux and Open Source Software for Embedded Systems, Mind will make a presentation about "Embedded Software Development Best Practices" using Open Source Software.

Tue 30 March 2010: DSP Valley seminar about use of Eclipse for embedded software development (Eindhoven, The Netherlands)
On March 30th 2010, Mind will participate to the DSP Valley seminar about the Use of Eclipse for embedded software development. The seminar is meant for embedded software engineers, system engineers and project managers who are interested in embedded development tools.

In parallel to the presentations a mini-exhibition will show products and demos. We will provide time and opportunity to network with the different participants and presenters to allow discussions on details. Mind will present the Qt Eclipse integration in action.
Tue 2 to Thu 4 March 2010: Embedded World 2010 (Nuremberg, Germany)
The Embedded World Exhibition & Conference remains the world's undisputed biggest get-together for the international embedded community, as the figures show. The exhibition set another new record in 2009 with more than 700 exhibitors, and some 16,000 trade visitors used the opportunity to obtain an impression of the latest trends in embedded technologies.
Embedded World 2010 will be again the international get-together for the embedded scene, for hardware, software, tools or services.

As co-exhibitor of DSP Valley, we're looking forward to meeting you on our booth 12-426.
Mon 1 to Fri 5 March 2010: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between March 1st and March 5th 2010, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target.

For more details on this training, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Next planned Embedded Linux Training: June 7rd to June 11th 2010.
Sat 6 to Sun 7 February 2010: FOSDEM 2010 (Brussels, Belgium)
FOSDEM 2010 is a free and non-commercial event organised by the community, for the community. Its goal is to provide Free and Open Source developers a place to meet. FOSDEM is entirely free and was visited last year by more than 2,000 developers. There is no requirement to sign up. Location is the ULB Solbosch campus in Brussels.

Next to the main presentation tracks, the Embedded Developer Room will gather a series of presentations on Embedded & kernel Development. As one of the main players in the field of Consultancy and Services for Linux and Open Source Software for Embedded Systems, Mind will make a presentation about "Embedded Software Development Best Practices" using Open Source Software.

All the Mind team will also be attending FOSDEM 2010, so please let us know if you would like to take this occasion to meet and discuss your projects and how we could help.
Mon 18 to Fri 22 January 2010: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between January 18th and January 22nd 2010, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target.

For more details on this training, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Next planned Embedded Linux Training: March 1st to March 5th 2010.
Wed 18 November 2009: Bits&Chips 2009 (Leuven, Belgium)
The 8th edition of Bits&Chips Embedded Systemen exhibition will take place in Eindhoven (The Netherlands) on November 12th 2009 and in Leuven (Belgium) on November 18th 2009.
As one of the main players in the field of Consultancy and Services for Embedded Systems, Mind will have a booth at the exhibition in Leuven and will make a presentation about "State-of-the-art open source software for embedded systems: from Linux distributions to multimedia frameworks".
This exhibition will be the opportunity to meet and discuss with customers about their projects and needs, and to present the latest trends and evolutions in the field of Linux and Open Source Software for Embedded Systems.

We're looking forward to meeting you on our booth (booth number 9) during the show.
Mon 7 to Fri 11 September 2009: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between September 7th and September 11th 2009, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target.

For more details on this training, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Next planned Embedded Linux Training: January 18th to January 22nd 2010.
Mon 15 to Fri 19 June 2009: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between June 15th and June 19th 2009, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target.

For more details on this training, or for registration, please visit our Training page.
Tue 9 June 2009: DSP Valley Seminar: Exploring GUI Design for Embedded Systems (Ghent, Belgium)
On June 9th 2009, Mind will participate to the DSP Valley seminar about GUI design for embedded systems. During this seminar several experts from industry and the academic area will share their experiences and best practices. The seminar is meant for embedded software engineers, system engineers and project managers who are interested in developing rich and appealing GUIs. All the presentations will be given in English.

Mind will contribute to this seminar by giving a presentation about "Qt: the open source framework for cross-platform embedded GUI development".
Mind will also demo Qt on various hardware platforms at the mini-exhibition.
Mon 9 to Fri 13 March 2009: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between March 9th and March 13th 2009, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target.

For more details about future trainings, please visit our Training page.
Tue 3 to Thu 5 March 2009: Embedded World 2009 (Nuremberg, Germany)
The Embedded World Exhibition & Conference continues to expand its position as the world's biggest exhibition for embedded technologies. The exhibition set a new record of 675 exhibitors in 2008 and the number of visitors also reached record levels, when over 17,000 trade visitors from all over the world gained an insight into the latest trends in embedded technologies.
Embedded World will be the international get-together for the embedded scene again in 2009. Whether hardware, software, tools or services, the exhibiting companies present the latest solutions from the embedded world on an area of some 30,000 m2.

As co-exhibitor of DSP Valley, we're looking forward to meeting you on our booth 12-560.
Sat 7 to Sun 8 February 2009: FOSDEM 2009 (Brussels, Belgium)
FOSDEM 2009 is a free and non-commercial event organised by the community, for the community. Its goal is to provide Free and Open Source developers a place to meet. FOSDEM is entirely free and was visited last year by more than 2,000 developers. There is no requirement to sign up. Location is the ULB Solbosch campus in Brussels.
Next to the main presentation tracks, the Embedded Developer Room will gather a series of presentations on Embedded & kernel Development.

All the Mind team will be attending FOSDEM 2009. Please let us know if you would like to take this occasion to meet.
Mon 15 to Fri 19 December 2008: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between December 15th and December 19th 2008, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target.

For more details about future trainings, please visit our Training page.
Wed 3 December 2008: IEEE Job Fair 2008 (Leuven, Belgium)
The third edition of the IEEE Job Fair with Spin-Offs and small High-Tech Companies will take place in the University Hall of the K.U.Leuven. 26 companies will present themselves and the job opportunities they have available.

As an exhibitor, we're looking forward to meeting you on our booth.
Thu 6 to Fri 7 November 2008: Embedded Linux Conference Europe (Ede, The Netherlands)
ELC-Europe 2008 (ELC-E) is a joint conference with the NLUUG Autumn Conference on Mobile Computing.
This combined conference is a unique opportunity to get updated on the latest trends and solutions regarding the use of Linux in Embedded systems. A detailed list of the presentations can be found here.

As a sponsor of this event, Mind will be present and will have a booth during the exhibition on November 6th.
Mon 22 to Fri 26 September 2008: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)
Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels between September 22nd and September 26th 2008, in co-operation with one of its partners.
This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target.

For more details about future trainings, please visit our Training page.
Tue 10 June 2008: DSP Valley Seminar: Tool chains for Embedded Software Development (Eindhoven, The Netherlands)
On June 10th, 2008 DSP Valley will organize a seminar about tool chains for embedded software development. The purpose of this seminar is to give an update of currently available tool chains for developing and testing software. Open source tool chains as well as commercial products will be presented.
Next to the tool vendors, industrial and academic tool users will share their experiences and best practices. All the presentations will be given in English.
In parallel to the presentations a mini-exhibition will take place, allowing products and demos to be shown and more detailed discussions with the speakers, the exhibitors and the other participants.

Mind will contribute to this seminar by having a presentation about "Buildroot: The open source way for streamlined custom embedded systems".
Mind will also have a booth at the mini-exhibition.
Tue 1 to Thu 3 April 2008: RTS Embedded Systems 2008 (Paris, France)
Spanning over 4,000 sqm of exhibition space, RTS Embedded Systems 2008 will present the products and innovations of some 150 manufacturers and software publishers, French and foreign, main suppliers and integrators of hardware and software solutions, services and engineering.

As co-exhibitor of ISIT, Mind will be present on their booth C34.

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