The Linux Foundation’s embedded development training has helped companies like Compunetix with their transition to Linux and allowed individuals (even 13-year engineering veterans) to expand upon their existing knowledge of embedded.
We’re offering our LF411 Embedded Linux Development class on July 23-27, 2012 in Silicon Valley. Our embedded development crash course sold out at ELC this year, and we would love to see the same happen with our LF411 class in July. If you submit an inquiry with the message “I want to get embedded this summer” here, we will send you a 10% discount code. (Be sure to submit your inquiry by Tuesday, June 26.)
We only schedule this course once or twice a year, so don’t miss your chance to get embedded training this summer.
See you there!
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