Archive for the ‘Embedded Linux’ Category

Embedded Linux, Drivers -Weekend Programs in Hyderabad

Monday, November 2nd, 2015


After successfully conducting weekend programs on specialized areas like Linux Kernel, Drivers and Embedded Linux in Bangalore, we are launching weekend programs in Hyderabad too.

Our first set of workshops will be starting this month giving programmers, especially working professionals an opportunity at gaining core skills in quick time.

What will make these workshops special is the kind of training that will be delivered, making these extremely subject centric and a highly skill enhancing activity. Mr. Raghu Bharadwaj the lead trainer has designed this program keeping the current skill requirements in mind. These workshops will help anyone to take on the current day work challenges.

The registrations for the weekend programs are open. If you need any further information please visit us here or directly email to or call 9885808505.




What’s new about the Linux Kernel release 4.0

Friday, June 19th, 2015

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.

However let’s see what’s new about the 4.0 Kernel release (more…)

How IOT is impacting businesses and the embedded systems industry

Wednesday, February 4th, 2015

Internet of Things or IOT depicts just another scale of connectivity which is possible because of the Internet and human beings innate need to be connected. IOT is more of an ecosystem than a technology as it aims at binding all the connectable devices over the Internet and provides a platform or a big window of opportunity to make our lives lot easier. This article looks at the impact that IOT has on the embedded systems industry and the businesses around it and also the demand it creates for more embedded engineers. (more…)

Android/Linux Bootup on OMAP

Tuesday, January 6th, 2015


In this below presentation we will take a detailed look at Omap boot sequence and log analysis. (more…)

How Linux Kernel is released

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014

The flurry of contributions ensures that the Linux Kernel is released ever so frequently with updates that are normally way beyond developers’ expectations and indeed futuristic. If you are new to Linux Kernel or are even working on the same you should definitely know (more…)

Free Prerequisite Training for Linux Driver & Embd. Developer course

Wednesday, May 7th, 2014

Why this free prerequisite training

  • Trains the participants to get a grip on the prerequisites skills needed for enrolling for the Linux Driver and Embedded Developer course
  • This is a practical oriented program which gives participants hands-on grip on the Linux platform
  • Highly recommended by Raghu Bharadwaj, lead trainer, before enrolling for the Linux Drivers and Embedded Developer course.

“I have seen that some participants who directly enroll for the Linux Driver and Embedded Developer course face issues in understanding the program. The reason is lack of good prerequisite skills and nothing else”

                       —Raghu Bharadwaj (lead trainer)

We have kept this program free of any cost, as we only intend that participants who are interested to enroll for our embedded systems course, “Linux Driver and Embedded Developer” would undergo this training.

Topics Covered in the free program


Handling Heap Allocations

Friday, February 1st, 2013

Programs at runtime, use two types of memory to store data. The first is called stack, allocations and deallocations on are managed implicitly by the compiler and for this reason it is sometimes called automatic memory.



Monday, January 21st, 2013

DebugFS as the name suggests, is a virtual file system used by kernel developers to make debug information available to user space. General approach of printing debug messages  using  printk() calls is sufficient for most cases, but, often that is not the best way to go.


Embedded Linux: Introduction

Monday, January 14th, 2013

Linux is one of the few, ever expanding endeavors developed in the 20th century. Obvious or not, it has continuously cranked itself up to reach new horizons since its humble beginnings in 1991. A more than 50 year old market segment, the embedded systems, which encompasses a vast domain of electronic products ranging from little wristwatch cameras, to huge distributed systems like telecom switches, has been charmed by the frills and thrills of Linux and has deeply benefitted from the same.


Gnu Compiler Tools

Monday, January 7th, 2013

When we use the term  “compilation” we mean getting an executable binary file  from a source file – and most of the time that’s all we want to care about. There is, however, a lot more to it than that, especially with the GNU tool-chain.