Free Training Webinar Series – Linux Foundation

Linux Foundation has launched a series of free Training Webinars to meet Growing Demand for Linux Professionals. These webinars are taught by well-known Linux developers directly building on their own experience.

An excellent opportunity for students to learn directly from key developers and to experience a sample of the type of courses offered through Linux Foundation’s Training program.


Currently 3 webinars are online, namely –

  1. How to work with the Linux community by Jon Corbet.
  2. Introduction to Embedded Linux by Jerry Cooperstein
  3. Linux Administration 101: Introduction to Vim” by Joe “Zonker” Brockmeier

You have to register separately for each one of them.

Also watch out for the following upcoming webinars –

  • An Introduction to Git
  • Linux System Troubleshooting and Tuning
  • A Linux Filesystem Overview and Linux Virtualized Storage
  • Btrfs: An Intro and Update to the new file system for Linux
  • Linux Performance Tuning


Linux Foundation has launched a series of free Training Webinars to meet Growing Demand for Linux Professionals. These webinars are taught by well-known Linux developers directly building on their own experience.

An excellent opportunity for students to learn directly from key developers and to experience a sample of the type of courses offered through Linux Foundation’s Training program.


Currently 3 webinars are online, namely –

  1. How to work with the Linux community by Jon Corbet.
  2. Introduction to Embedded Linux by Jerry Cooperstein
  3. Linux Administration 101: Introduction to Vim” by Joe “Zonker” Brockmeier

You have to register separately for each one of them.

Also watch out for the following upcoming webinars –

  • An Introduction to Git
  • Linux System Troubleshooting and Tuning
  • A Linux Filesystem Overview and Linux Virtualized Storage
  • Btrfs: An Intro and Update to the new file system for Linux
  • Linux Performance Tuning


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