Welcome the Fall 2012 Beagle Class to the group

The purpose of this email is to announce that I’m once again teaching
a 32-bit Embedded Linux class based on the BeagleBoard [1]. I’m
teaching as open-source as I can and have have posted many of course
materials on eLinux.org [2].

I’m always open to ideas on what topics to include in the class and
suggestions for interesting course projects. For example I just
picked up a bunch of sensors from Sparkfun [3] and some LED grids
from adafruit [4]. I also hope to pick up a 5m LED strip [5].

There should be some neat things we can do with the Beagle and all these.

Class, please respond to this posting. Others, please welcome my class.


–Prof. Mark A. Yoder
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology [5]

[1] http://elinux.org/ECE497_-_32-bit_Embedded_Linux,_Rose-Hulman
[2] http://elinux.org/Category:ECE497
[3] https://www.sparkfun.com/products/11016
[4] http://adafruit.com/products/555, http://adafruit.com/products/870, http://adafruit.com/products/902
[5] http://adafruit.com/products/306
[6] http://www.rose-hulman.edu

A little feedback and testimonials here would be a great help for people who are not involved. Moreover it would be pleasure for Mark

I looked it over, it looks great.
Can anyone take this class?

Any Rose-Hulman student can. However, most the course materials are on eLinux, so any one can use them.