Learn Embedded Systems

Hello all,

I want learn more about embedded systems. I have a lot of free time.
I wrote the http://elinux.org/Building_for_BeagleBone, where I
download all the source code for BBB, the latest kernel from linus,
config, build and run.

What's the next thing that I could do learn more about developing
embedded systems ?
Maybe deal with yocto could be good, but what kind of things a
embedded system engineer should know and have done at least one time
in life ?

I also have a intel edison and a IFC6410 from qualcomm.

Thanks
Best Reagards

Lucas Tanure <ltanure@gmail.com> [14-12-06 17:56]:

Hello all,

I want learn more about embedded systems. I have a lot of free time.
I wrote the http://elinux.org/Building_for_BeagleBone, where I
download all the source code for BBB, the latest kernel from linus,
config, build and run.

What's the next thing that I could do learn more about developing
embedded systems ?
Maybe deal with yocto could be good, but what kind of things a
embedded system engineer should know and have done at least one time
in life ?

I also have a intel edison and a IFC6410 from qualcomm.

Thanks
Best Reagards

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Hello Lucas,

learn writing good C-Code and invent kernel drivers for different
I2C-,SPI-, CAN- and other busses-devices like sensors, meters, and
such.
Port Linux to another architeture.
A system engineer needs engineering power...the spirit to invent
things himself. That's engineering. "...where no man has gone
before...", you know :wink:

Best regard,
Meino