Embedded Linux Jumpstart

Embedded Linux Jumpstart is an intensive, hands-on training that introduces all the essential concepts involved in running Linux in an embedded system. In addition to in-depth lecture content, students will also receive practical experience through hands-on lab exercises performed on real embedded hardware — including a custom-designed N-scale model train layout that facilitates PWM motor control, infrared sensor feedback, and I2C communications. The cost for the training is $2,750.

Embedded Linux Jumpstart Topics

  • Free and Open Source licenses
  • Building and installing a Linux kernel
  • Creating a runtime environment
  • Writing and installing device drivers
  • User applications
  • Security and remote management

Embedded Linux Jumpstart Dates and Locations

  • March 17-20, 2009 — San Diego, CA USA
  • May 6-8, 2009 — Maynard, MA USA

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