Bug Labs at OSCON

Linux Journal's Gadget Guy, Shawn Powers, talks to Ken Gilmer of bug labs. Ken gives a peek at the BUG, an open electronics platform running Poky Linux. Be sure and check out Bug Labs in the August Issue of Linux Journal

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