The Linux Foundation organizes and participates in a number of public events every year. In parallel with these events, we offer special Linux learning events that may be condensed versions of our regular course offerings or may be unique to a particular event. Many of these classes are prepared and taught by well-known Linux developers or system administrators, allowing the course material to be built upon their experience and offering a unique opportunity to learn directly from Linux experts.
The exact list of Linux learning events and training opportunities is dynamic and will be updated below as new courses become available.
Advantages of Events Training
- Conference experience can be enhanced by combining Linux training with session attendance
- Team members from multiple locations can train together
- Cost-effective and reduces travel costs when training and event are offered in same location
Examples of Events Training Courses
- Write a Real, Working Linux Driver
- Kernal Internals Crash Course
- Linux Performance Tuning
- Embedded Linux Development Crash Course
- Building Embedded Linux with The Yocto Project Crash Course
- Open Source Development Guide
- Open Source Compliance Project
- Effective Use of Kernel Debugging Tools
The list of available events training courses will be published as they become available.
Upcoming Events Training Schedule
LinuxCon North AmericaSeptember 16-18, 2013 - New Orleans, LA
|Linux Performance Tuning Crash Course (LF425)||19-Sep-13||$700||Enroll Now|
|Overview of Open Source Compliance End-to-End Process (LF384)||19-Sep-13||$600||Enroll Now|
|Linux Performance Tuning Crash Course (LF425)||24-Oct-13||$700||Enroll Now|
|Overview of Open Source Compliance End-to-End Process (LF384)||20-Oct-13||$600||Enroll Now|
|Building Embedded Linux with the Yocto Project Crash Course (LF404)||26-Oct-13 » 27-Oct-13||$1400||Enroll Now|