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NewOldBits consulting activities:

  • Linux kernel development
  • Contributions to the mainline Linux kernel source tree
  • Linux porting to custom HW boards
  • OMAP Power Management support
  • PM QoS framework design and implementation
  • Profiling tools (Perf Events, Oprofile, ftrace ...) maintenance
  • Kernel Android enablement
  • Remote and on-site consulting
  • Partnerhip with Free-Electrons for linux kernel training sessions
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Public profile and references are available at the LinkedIn page.
Resume available here.

Please visit the mainline Linux kernel contribution page!


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  • Updated resume available My resume is available here.Consulting services are available, please contact NewOldBits for more information!
    Posted Apr 9, 2013, 7:49 AM by Jean Pihet
  • Resume available! My resume is available here.Consulting services are available, please contact NewOldBits for more information!
    Posted Nov 22, 2012, 4:55 AM by Jean Pihet
  • Talk at Linux Plumbers Conference - San Diego, CA Nice video from Ubicast!You can find the summary, the video and slides at:http://linuxplumbers.ubicast.tv/videos/lpc-2012-pm-constraints-uconf-discussion-on-the-omap-pm-qos-contraints-use-cases-and-requirements/Cheers ;p
    Posted Nov 6, 2012, 3:01 AM by Jean Pihet
  • NewOldBits sponsoring at ELC NewOldBits is proud to provide the event stickers!Have a look:Don't miss them ;p
    Posted Feb 15, 2012, 11:18 AM by Jean Pihet
  • NewOldBits talks at ELC 2012! A new model for the system and devices latency Due to the nature of the new SoC architectures the Power Management needs a new model for the various system latencies. The talk presents: - the concepts of system, devices, wake-up and resume latencies, - the recent changes in the devices framework for the latency, why and how to make it generic, - the recent changes in the ARM/OMAP platform code for the system latency, - the problems encountered while modeling and measuring the various latencies, - a proposal on the model, - the planned changes in the device framework, the platform code and the APIs. This talk is oriented towards Linux power management developers and users. The generic model covers all flavors of Linux ...
    Posted Jan 23, 2012, 7:38 AM by Jean Pihet
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