Next Linux/UNIX System Programming course in Munich, 5-9 February, 2018

I've scheduled a further 5-day Linux/UNIX System Programming course to take place in Munich, Germany, for the week of 5-9 February 2018.

The course is intended for programmers developing system-level, embedded, or network applications for Linux and UNIX systems, or programmers porting such applications from other operating systems (e.g., proprietary embedded/realtime operaring systems or Windows) to Linux or UNIX. The course is based on my book, The Linux Programming Interface (TLPI), and covers topics such as low-level file I/O; signals and timers; creating processes and executing programs; POSIX threads programming; interprocess communication (pipes, FIFOs, message queues, semaphores, shared memory), and network programming (sockets).
The course has a lecture+lab format, and devotes substantial time to working on some carefully chosen programming exercises that put the "theory" into practice. Students receive printed and electronic copies of TLPI, along with a 600-page course book that includes all slides presented in the course. A reading knowledge of C is assumed; no previous system programming experience is needed.

Some useful links for anyone interested in the course:
Questions about the course? Email me via training@man7.org.

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