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    BeagleBone® 6 Part Webinar Series

     

     

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    Join us in this 6 part bi-weekly BeagleBone® webinar series presented by Jason Kridner, the co-founder and board member at BeagleBoard.org Foundation,  and element14, about the fundamentals of BeagleBone®.  They will show you how to have fun with the BeagleBone® boards.

     

    Click on the "Enroll Now" buttons below to signup for a webinar.

     

    Webinar TitleDate and TimeEnroll Now!
    Introduction to BeagleBone®10th May 2018
    11:00 AM (CDT)/17:00 (GMT)
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    BeagleBone® for Linux Users24th May 2018
    11:00 AM (CDT)/17:00 (GMT)
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    BeagleBone® for Embedded Developers6th June 2018
    11:00 AM (CDT)/17:00 (GMT)
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    BeagleBone® for Web Developers21th June  2018
    11:00 AM (CDT)/17:00 (GMT)
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    BeagleBone® Blue for Robotics12th July 2018
    11:00 AM (CDT)/17:00 (GMT)
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    BeagleBone® in the Classroom26th July 2018
    11:00 AM (CDT)/17:00 (GMT)
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    Jason Kridner Bio

     

    Co-founder and board member at BeagleBoard.org Foundation (2008 - Present)
    Open Platforms Technologist/Evangelist (2008 - Present)

    "I've been programming personal computers since 1979 and do so as a hobby. My focus in school and the first few years in industry was hardware design and signal processing. I worked on the first wave of MP3 player designs in 1998. I have trained and mentored the portable media development teams at TI in Houston and Bangalore, and led multiple software development efforts with these teams including media player connectivity and digital rights management. I'm currently defining strategy for growing our open platform ecosystem of developers and customer base.

    Repetitive jobs can be enjoyable for me, since I can always find a way to use a machine to make them non-repetitive. My passion is to extend that capability to others, especially those who find computers inaccessible due to physical conditions or inexperience. My dream job would involve leading a small media company with friends and producing accessible content creation tools.

    My heros are those who can most effectively use humor to improve the conditions of the people in the world around them.

    Specialties: DSP, embedded system design, codecs, digital rights management and security, Linux and open source software."