[PLUG] Embedded Linux Training In Pune2009

sanyam aggarwal aggarwal.sanyam at gmail.com
Fri Jan 23 14:00:41 IST 2009

Hello Everyone,

I am Sanyam Agarwal living in pune and working in Mahindra and
Mahindra. I am also associated with Comptrix solution private Limited.
Comptrix solution private limited is the service provider in Linux,
give corporate trainings on Linux as well as Linux networking, we also
give training to students and provide right platform on embedded linux
i.e. Linux kernel programming (vanilla kernel).

Now we are planning to arrange training on embedded linux, porting on
ARM board with the help of beagleboard community. The board is
USB-powered beagleborad having ARM cortex, and having audio, video,
provide 6 in 1 MMC card. You guys can go through the beagleboard
website also i.e. www.beagleboard.org and can see the board. In the
website at the right most bottom corner you can see "Free Embedded
Linux training for students". So what the beagleboard community will
do, they will give the training of porting on ARM board. Once you
visit the website, you will came to know that beagelboard is the open
community and you can do your own project independently.

So what Comptrix do in this context?

Basically we will provide resources free of cost i.e ARM board
(purchased from Beagleboard community) to the students  so that they
can know what embedded linux is, how to write driver for audio devices
etc related to this board, and how to work on Real time applications.

As far as me is concerned I am the supervisor and technical consultant
for this training and as i mentioned that this will be a free training
for the students in pune so I need voluntiers.
I think this will be the golden opportunity for everyone because in
todays world linux is everywhere and if you are getting free training
of embedded linux on ARM borad, then it will be something great....

My mail ID is aggarwal.sanyam at gmail.com

I am waiting for the voluntiers and if you have any query feel free to
ask on my Gmail ID.

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