Course code: M7D-TIPC01
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This course provides a deep understanding of the operating system architecture and low-level interfaces (principally, system calls and library functions) that are required to build system-level, multithreaded, and network applications on Linux and UNIX systems. The course consists of a mixture of detailed presentations coupled with a large number of carefully designed practical exercises that allow participants to apply the knowledge learned in the presentations.
By the completion of the course, participants will have the mastery needed to write complex system, network, and multithreaded applications on a Linux or UNIX system.
Note: some previous system programming background is presumed. Where necessary, that background can be gained by following the Linux/UNIX System Programming Fundamentals (SPINTRO01) course.
This course covers the same topics as the last part (the final three days) of the Linux/UNIX System Programming (M7D-LUSP01) course.
Note that this course is similar to the 3-day Linux/UNIX IPC Programming (M7D-IPC02) course, but omits some of the IPC topics in that course while adding coverage of POSIX threads.
The course employs a lecture+lab format.
The audience for this course is in practice rather diverse, and includes:
In order to get the most out of the course, participants should have:
It is presumed that attendees will have a working knowledge of the topics covered in the course Linux/UNIX System Programming Fundamentals (M7D-SPINTRO01). In particular, participants should have a good understanding of concepts such as: file I/O using system calls, process lifecycle (fork(), exec(), wait()), and signals.
A significant part of the course is spent on practical exercises. The lab sessions also provide participants with the opportunity to obtain one-to-one assistance from the trainer on the course material and exercises.
Course participants receive course books of around 250 pages. The course books include all of the slides and exercises presented in the course. Some notable features of the course books are the following:
In addition to the course book, participants receive a copy of The Linux Programming Interface, in either ebook or printed form (or, when possible, both).
The following samples give some idea of the course content and style of the course materials:
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|21-23 February 2024||Online: UTC+1 timezone (Europe)||14||Registration|
|20-22 March 2024||Online: UTC-4 timezone (Americas)||14||Registration|
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For public 3-day online courses, the per-attendee price is €1750 reduced to €1650 when booked (and either paid or a company purchase order is supplied) at least 4 weeks before the start of the course. (In addition, 19% German VAT is charged for participants attending from German locations; 19% German VAT is also applicable for private attendees in any location in the European Union without a VAT ID.)
Currently (and for the foreseeable future), public versions of this course are delivered only in online format.
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