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Wednesday, February 22 • 10:30am - 11:20am
Code Review Training for Kernel Patch Reviewers - Mark Gross, Intel/OTC

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This talk is is an adaptation of the "Linux Kernel Code Reviews" class I have taught at Intel this past year. It will be adapted for public consumption and trimmed down to fit the time limits for an ELC talk. This talk may be useful to newer upstream developers hoping to pass a LKML code review as well as developers doing work on older kernels for integration.

At the end of this talk you will understand some of what Linux kernel code reviewers are expected to look for as they review changes going into the Linux kernels used in product integration. With this understanding you will know what is expected from your own code in a code review and hopefully avoid delays in getting your own code deployed. It will also help put the engineer in the mindset of customers who the code is ultimately intended for and help avoid embarrassing challenges from customers after your code was written

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Mark Gross

Production Kernel Architect / Principle Engineer, Intel/OTC
Mark works for Intel cooperation defining a "production kernel" process that includes integration, testing, debug as well as Linux kernel maintainer and code review processes and activities associated with new vendor/integration trees for new Intel platforms and SOCs. | | Mark has experience in power management at the kernel level, platform integration bring up and debugging in user mode and some performance optimization activities as well... Read More →


Wednesday February 22, 2017 10:30am - 11:20am
Broadway III/IV

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