pdaXrom team

About pdaXrom team

The name of the team comes from our first project in 2003 - the Linux distribution for pocket personal computers (PDAs) Sharp Zaurus, which was called pdaXrom (pda + X + rom - "personal digital assistant" with "X11 graphics" in "read only memory"). The project was also used on other PDAs, developer boards, and thin clients. In 2009, a new distribution was released with support for Sony Playstation 3. Later, the new distribution was used to build thin clients.
Currently, we develop cross-platform, system software and hardware. We use various technologies in our work. The main programming languages are C and C++. In embedded systems, we use Linux and FreeRTOS. We also use bare metal programming.