It’s summer. It’s hot. If you need a legitimate excuse to enjoy air conditioning for a few days and get something immensely useful at the same time, it might be worth checking out embedded Linux training from the Linux Foundation this July.
Embedded Linux is hotter than ever, and these courses can help you gain an advantage in the workplace or in finding your next career opportunity. This summer will see the launch of a multitude of Linux-powered devices, with many more in active development. Now is a good time to be sure you’ve got a solid foothold within it.
The next Embedded Linux Development course is being offered in Santa Clara, CA from July 11 – July 15. Topics covered will include cross-compiling, setting up an embedded build environment with a Beagle Board, how to package the filesystem, configuring uClibc, bootloaders, flash memory and compressed filesystems, real-time Linux, and much more.
Don’t miss out! Air conditioning is complementary.
You can sign up at the Linux Training website.
The Linux Foundation also this week announced a Linux Training Scholarship program. For more information please visit the Linux Training Scholarship announcement.
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