It’s the beginning of 2021, and Bootlin’s offering of online training courses continues. We have dates available for our 5 training courses, at an affordable cost, and with the same quality characteristics of all Bootlin courses: trainers with proven in-field experience, fully open-source training materials and worldwide recognized training contents.
Following the success of our online training courses in Spring/Summer, we now have scheduled additional online training courses in September/October, for all our 5 training courses.
Those courses are delivered live, online, by a Bootlin instructor: the entire contents of our training lectures are covered, and the training practical labs are demonstrated live by the instructor. All you need to register is a Chrome-based web browser, an audio headset, and you’re all set to learn about embedded Linux, Linux kernel driver development, Yocto, Buildroot or Linux graphics!
Registration is open for the following 5 sessions, make sure to book your seat before the sessions fill up!
In the context of our partnership with STMicroelectronics, we are now happy to announce the availability of our Yocto Project and OpenEmbedded development training also on the STM32MP1 platform for the practical labs. We now support either the BeagleBoneBlack Wireless or the STMicroelectronics STM32MP1 platforms for this training course.
This will hopefully help customers around the world to get started with using Yocto on the STM32MP1 system-on-chip. The Yocto experts at Bootlin are available to deliver this 3-day course anywhere in the world, at your location. The first edition of this new variant of the course is going to be given this week to one of our customers in Spain. Contact us if you’re interested by having this course organized at your location!
Since then, Bootlin engineer Paul Kocialkowski has been very busy preparing those training materials, and has successfully delivered the first edition of this course to one of our customers in Spain early September. After taking the time to polish those training materials following this first course, we are now very happy to publish and share this 200+ slides deck, covering a wide range of graphics related topics:
Image and color representation
Basic and advanced operations
Hardware aspects overview
Hardware for display
Hardware for rendering
Software aspects overview
Kernel components in Linux
Userspace components with Linux
See also the detailed agenda of this training course. The LaTeX source code for all our training materials, including this graphics training, is available in a Git repository. It is worth mentioning that this training only consists of slides and demos, and does not include practical labs done by the participants, in order to keep the training logistics manageable and the duration reasonably short (2 days).
Here are a few slides showing various aspects of this training course:
By publishing this training materials right after our first course, and under the Creative Commons CC-BY-SA license, Bootlin sticks to its commitment of publishing all its training materials under a free documentation license, to better spread the knowledge in the entire embedded Linux community.
For many years, Bootlin has been offering an Embedded Linux system development training course, which has been delivered world-wide to hundreds of engineers by Bootlin trainers. This course is the most appropriate one for engineers getting started with embedded Linux: it goes through all the software layers of an embedded Linux system, from the toolchain to the application, through the bootloader, Linux kernel and basic user-space. With numerous hands-on labs, attendees get practical experience during this training, and learn how to build their embedded Linux system from the ground-up.
This course has been available for a while in two variants:
A 5-day variant, which covers all topics, including flash storage and filesystems as well as-real time
A 4-day variant, which is identical to the 5-day variant, except that flash storage and filesystem and real-time are not covered