The Linux Foundation's Collaboration Summit is a great time to, well, collaborate. But it's also a really good opportunity to learn.
We're offering three courses at this year's Collaboration Summit, each in a different area, to help build skills while rubbing elbows with other top kernel developers.
Advanced Linux Performance Tuning is a deep dive into proven tools and methods used to identify and resolve performance problems, resulting in system that is better optimized for specific workloads. This is particularly for those who write or use applications that have unusual characteristics, that behave differently than kernel performance heuristics anticipate. It is a hands-on course that assume some familiarity with basic performance tools. This course is offered on Monday, April 2nd.
Overview of Open Source Compliance End-to-End Process is for any company that is redistributing Linux or other open source code. It provides a thorough discussion of the processes that should be in place to ensure that all open source code is being tracked and that licensing obligations are being met. This is a very practical course designed to give your company the ability to design your own internal process. This course is offered on Sunday, April 1st.
Practical Guide to Open Source Development is not a course on coding. Rather, it is about maximizing the effectiveness of your contributions. It is structured to give you a thorough understanding of the characteristics that make the open source model work well for corporate develoment organizations, and covers best practices when joining an external open source project, when launching your own, and when open sourcing proprietary code. This course is offered on Monday, April 2nd.
All of these courses are available for registered invitees now. If you've already registered for Collaboration Summit, you can modify your conference registration and add these courses.
See you there!