Bootlin is an engineering company specialized in embedded Linux. BeagleBoard.org is a US-based non-profit organization releasing open source Linux-enabled open source single board computer (SBC) designs, including BeaglePlay, a quad-core low-power Linux SBC optimized for long-range network connections and simple sensor additions with mikroBUS, QWIIC/STEMMA-QT and Grove connectors.
Bootlin has for a long time supported the BeagleBone Black as one of the hardware platforms used in the practical labs of its training courses, and we are happy to announce today that we now have added support for the BeaglePlay to our most popular course, the Embedded Linux system development course.
This means that participants to our Embedded Linux system development course can now choose to perform the practical labs on the BeaglePlay, experiencing a new and modern hardware platform, based on an ARM64 processor.
This applies not only to participants choosing to purchase our course, but also to everyone else in the world, as our training materials are all freely available and distributed under an open-source license.
Jason Kridner is a guest contributor on the Adafruit Blog on topics such as Open Source and BeagleBoard/BeagleBone related topics.