We’ve scheduled several training classes to help you ring in the New Year.
Immediately on the horizon is our LF331 Developing Linux Device Drivers class on January 16-20, 2012. LF331 introduces programmers to the Linux kernel and the different device drivers used in the Linux kernel space, while hands-on exercises and demos provide the necessary tools to learn how to develop device drivers for Linux. Register by 5pm PT on January 11th and get an early start on the New Year!
If your interest is in embedded development, then February is your month. The 2012 Embedded Linux Conference takes place February 15-17, 2012 in Redwood Shores, CA. If you’re going, you can round out the conference with a crash course in Embedded Linux Development or Building Embedded with Yocto. Both 2-day courses step through all phases of embedded development on an embedded target device and you can take this hands-on practice directly to your own projects.
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