On the onset we thank everyone: our students, our clients, our well-wishers and our entire team in creating a memorable year for us. 2015 gave us much to rejoice, think and grow. We along with you would like to revisit some of those moments. These moments were significant, as they Read the rest of this entry »
Recently I had a young engineer call me and not so surprisingly was relentless in her demand for a placement guaranteed training program on embedded systems. She insisted that if she is paying so much fee for the course, it’s the responsibility of the training institute to provide guaranteed placement. Read the rest of this entry »
Useful tips of how to approach learning something that is outside your comfort zone. Read the rest of this entry »
Linux Torvalds mentions that “Feature-wise, 4.0 do not have all that much special. Much have been made of the new kernel patching infrastructure, but realistically we’ve had much bigger changes in other versions. So this is very much a ‘solid code progress’ release.
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These approaches are extremely important for any student looking to learn Linux system programming, Kernel progrmming, Linux Device Drivers or Embedded Linux. Following these tips will surely make learning more effective and help to build the right foundation and direction for a satisfying career as an Embedded Software Developer. These learning approaches include Read the rest of this entry »
There are certain qualities one should possess to really become skilled and build successful careers in core programming areas like Linux kernel programming, Embedded Linux or Device Driver development.
When we started our course on Linux system programming way back in 2001, mostly working professionals attended the course and they clearly understood what it takes to make best use of the course. But now as many fresh graduates are pursuing this as a career we want to make them understand the qualities and attitude for learning core programming skills.
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- Starts from 4th May
- Timings: 7:20pm to 8:45pm
- Duration: 4 months
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Bangalore: Next weekend program “Linux system and Driver Developer”
- Dates: May 22,23,24,29,30,31
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- Duration: 6 full days
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