Linux Foundation, the not-for-profit foundation which actively promotes in accelerated growth of Linux has announced a series of free webinars aimed in helping the attendees grasp the basic fundamentals of Linux. In a press release, Linux Foundation announced that the webinars will be taken up by Linux Foundation Technical Advisory Board members and other community members.
The first webinar will focus on contributing back to the Linux community, titled “How To Contribute Back To The Linux Community” and is scheduled to begin on First of March. Interested people can register for the webinar over at this link [training.linuxfoundation.org].
Other confirmed webinars include:
â€¢ An Introduction to Git,by kernel maintainer and TAB chair James Bottomley;
â€¢ Linux System Troubleshooting and Tuningand Linux Administration 101,by Linux author and community manager Joe ZonkerBrockmeier;
â€¢ How to Work with the Linux community,by LWN.net editor and kernel developer Jon Corbet;
â€¢ A Linux Filesystem Overview,by kernel developer Christoph Hellwig;
â€¢ Btrfs: An Intro and Updateto the new file system for Linux, by project lead and TAB member Chris Mason; and
â€¢ Linux Performance Tuning,by North America’s first kernel developer Ted Ts’o.
In addition to these webinars, Linux Foundation conducts training programs all over the world, with classes in Boston, London, Ottawa, San Francisco, Sydney, Tokyo and Washington, D.C.