We help you get the most out of Open Source
We provide you with our Linux kernel expertise across a wide range of hardware platforms (x86, ARM, MIPS, PPC). We accompany you on your hardware and software choices, to improve the performance of an existing, to take this existing, to correct bugs, offer advice on best practices …
One of the founding values of Open Source is the sharing of knowledge to better mutualize development efforts. In respect of this value, we have set ourselves the role of supporting our customers and making them autonomous on these technologies. Training is an important part of this support, so we include it in our offer.
Integrating one’s own choices, whether developed by an existing project or internally, poses a number of questions: versioning management, adaptation to the existing base, interactions with existing bricks, maintenance over time in a environment that also evolves …
The open source sector is characterized by a multitude of solutions, small publishers and experts. We help you identify the best ones to implement your choices. We propose you to be your unique interlocutor by identifying and putting you in contact in the best conditions.
Happy new year 2020, free, open and creative! We are ready to restart a great year full of projects. Do not hesitate to contact us about your projects: support, consulting, training, development. We have also updated our training schedule for this new year. You can...
The number of git users is increasing, personal use, in business ... But to have observed the profile of a few hundred trainees during git training, I would say that overall, 80% said they have already used git since some months. And of those 80%, less than 1% know...
The 8th edition of Kernel Recipes took place in september in Paris. Still another great edition we were lucky to propose. A great quote from Greg Kroah-Hartman (aka Greg KH):« Comment said to me about the Kernel Recipes conference that just wrapped up: it is...
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