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[Commercial] : Hands on Technical Training on Linux Device Driver

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Hello All,

Kernel Programming is the key to the digital city of device drivers:
If you know the language for drivers you can get a device to do almost
anything you want. Learn how to write device drivers with the help of
industry experts.
This module emphesizes on approach of identifying and resolving the
critical issues in a project in a lmited time frame.

Course Highlights:

Linux Kernel Programming (Linux Device Driver)

-Intel x86 Fundamentals
-Linux Kernel source tree
-Character, Block device drivers
-Memory Management
-System Call hooking
-Kernel Threading and synchronization
-Virtual File System driver

Detail syllabus is available at

http://www.conceptssys.com/SyllabusPdf/LDD.pdf

Labs -
Carefully designed labs and exercises which will help participants to
apply knowledge gained through lectures immediately in their
assignments.

Starting Date : July 6, 2008.
Duration : 1.5 months for each module.
Days & Timings : Saturday and Sunday, 3 Hours Per day.

Venue:
Concepts Systems,
602-603, The Pentagon, Shahu College Road,
Next to Pune-Satara Road,
Near Panchami Hotel, Parvati. Pune - 411009.

Registration: We encourage you to register at the earliest since there
are limited seats.

If you have any queries feel free to call us on 020-24216888 /
9960638738 Or mail us at tr******@conceptssys.com.

About Us:
Concepts Systems is a Pune based Software Training Company having
expertise in Core Systems. Many leading software companies like EMC,
HP, Nvidia, Oracle India, KPIT Cummins are already part of Concepts
Software Training Division clientele. Systems Technology Experts
having Industry exposure form the backbone of Concepts Training
Division.

Thanks & Regards,
Team
Concepts Systems
Jul 1 '08 #1
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