[RISCV Bay Area Meetup] Getting Started with the RISCV Software Development

RISC-V in Americas

May 24, 12:00 – 3:00 AM

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We are restarting the RISC-V meetup group with an exciting presentation by Khem Raj (fellow at Comcast). Rivos Inc. has kindly offered to host the meetup. Food and beverage will be provided. The seats are limited so please RSVP at https://www.meetup.com/bay-area-riscv-meetup/events/301075929/

About this event

We are restarting the RISC-V meetup group with an exciting presentation by Khem Raj (fellow at Comcast). Comcast has been actively working on RISC-V and Khem Raj has presented about it at popular conferences like OSS Summit, and Embedded Linux Conference.

Rivos has kindly offered to host the meetup. Food and beverage will be provided. The seats are limited so please RSVP to reserve your slot. Apart from the presentation, our meetup will have sufficient time for Q&A with the presenter, as well as interaction among attendees.


Location: Rivos 4th Floor (3315 Scott Blvd 4th Floor · Santa Clara, CA)

Parking: There is a parking lot near the building, plenty of street parking is also available.

Contact info: Will be sent out to attendees who RSVP on meetup https://www.meetup.com/bay-area-riscv-meetup/events/301075929/


About the Speaker: Khem Raj has been helping several open source initiatives within the company. He is guiding the company's adoption of open source software, and becoming an active contributor to the open source components. He has presented at several well known conferences about RISC-V development at Comcast.

Title: Getting Started with the RISCV Software Development

Abstract: “New kid on the block” RISC-V open ISA standard is experiencing rapid growth, adding many new features that further expands its reach into all computing segments. RISC-V continues to provide unparalleled flexibility, with earlier wide adoption in embedded and specialized computing devices leading to large volumes shipping commercially today. It has adopted an “Upstream first” approach for OpenSource Software (OSS) development, which is not unique but has been aspirational. As a result Linux Distributions were booting on RISC-V emulators way before real silicon was available. This talk will cover recent developments in RISC-V OSS latest developments and pointers for how to get started for new developers. It will also cover various OSS community activities around RISC-V development.

Speaker

  • Khem Raj

    Comcast

    Fellow

When

When

Friday, May 24, 2024
12:00 AM – 3:00 AM UTC

Organizers

  • Carl Perry

    Single Board Computing Inc

    Austin Events

  • Aditya Kumar

    Bay Area Lead Organizer

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