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Linux Training

Mon 16 to Fri 20 June 2014: Embedded Linux Training (Brussels, Belgium)

Mind is organising an Embedded Linux Training in Brussels, in co-operation with one of its partners.

This 5 days training is intended for developers that want to build an Embedded Linux system from scratch or from commercial Embedded Linux solutions. The course covers the various components of an embedded Linux target, the development choices and debugging possibilities, as well as the Linux kernel architecture. During this course all participants will get the opportunity to build and experiment with a small-footprint embedded target, which can be kept after the training.

For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.


Oct 6 to Oct 10, 2014: Android Training (Brussels, Belgium)

Mind is organising an Android Training in Brussels, in co-operation with one of its partners.

This 3 days training is intended for developers who want to learn to write Android applications. In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical Android pitfalls. The training first describes the Android architecture, and then covers all major parts of the API and application through theory and exercises. During the training, all attendees also receive an Android based device so that they can continue to experiment later.

For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.


June 16 to June 20, 2014: Linux Kernel Development Training (Brussels, Belgium)

Mind is organising a Linux Kernal Development Training in Brussels, in co-operation with one of its partners.

This 5 days training is intended for developers who want to learn how to write or improve Linux Kernel drivers for Embedded Linux platforms and Linux in general.
In a 50 to 60% lab-time approach, all participants get a real hands-on experience and they learn how to avoid classical pitfalls. The training goes deep into the kernel architecture, the main APIs, the integration of device drivers with other parts of the kernel and with userspace applications. During the training, all attendees get direct feed-back in an interactive manner, and at the end of the training they are ready to work on Linux device driver development projects.

For more details on this training, for other available dates, or for registration, please visit our Training page.