Kernel, embedded Linux, Android, Yocto / OpenEmbedded training
The below sessions are open for individual registration. If the below dates do not match your availabilities and requirements, and there are enough people to train, you may also be interested in on-site sessions.
Here are the advantages of joining a Free Electrons public session:
- Number of participants limited to 10
- One PC and embedded board per participant(you are not asked to work with another participant)
- Embedded board given away to each participant
Embedded Linux system development
|November 3-7, 2014||Toulouse, France||French||Yes|
|December 8-12, 2014||Avignon, France||English||Yes|
Embedded Linux kernel and driver development
|Oct. 6-10, 2014||Avignon, France||English||Yes|
|Dec. 8-12, 2014||Toulouse, France||French||Yes|
Android system development
|November 3-6, 2014||Lyon, France||French||Yes|
|February 10-13, 2015||Toulouse, France||English||Yes|
Yocto Project and OpenEmbedded development
|October 8-10, 2014||Toulouse, France||English||Yes|
Training session details
See also our our training page for full details about our training offerings
Questions and Answers
Q: May I leave a little earlier on the last day?
A: Yes, it’s possible. The agenda makes sure most important topics are covered by 3:00 pm on the last day. Anyway, we can still keep you busy until 6:00 pm.
Q: Do I have to pay training expenses ahead of time?
A: No, and this makes last minute registrations quick and easy. We just need a formal commitment from you (a Training Convention for French customers, or a purchase order for other customers).
Q: The session is just in a few days. Isn’t it too late to register?
A: Not necessarily, if there are still seats left. We can process your request quickly if your company can make a decision quickly too.
Q: I am quite new to Linux. Won’t I get lost if I register?
A: It’s true that our courses require basic skills in the Unix/Linux command line. Some self training with our Unix command line slides will definitely make you more productive during the sessions. However, lots of Linux beginners have already done all right without this, thanks to our help during the courses and thanks to the command memento sheet that we give to participants.