Linux Foundation announces free training webinar series
The Linux Foundation has announced the launch of series of free Linux training web seminars, also known as webinars, which will "enable attendees to learn the fundamentals of Linux directly from the source of Linux, the developers themselves". In addition to Linux Foundation technical advisory board (TAB) members, the webinars will feature a number of community developers.
The training series will include a session on the Git version control system by kernel maintainer and TAB chair James Bottomley, a presentation on the Btrfs file system for Linux from project lead and TAB member Chris Mason and a session on "Linux Performance Tuning" by Theodore "Ted" T'so, the foundations former Chief Technology Officer. The first webinar in the series, led by LWN.net editor and kernel developer Jon Corbet, is called “How To Contribute to the Linux Community” and it will be available on the 1st of March, 2010. Individuals interested in signing up for notifications regarding future webinars, or registering for the first webinar are encouraged to visit training.linuxfoundation.org.
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