Published by David Gilson at 15:33 UTC, February 1st 2011
The Linux Foundation has announced today that it will be offering MeeGo and Android development training courses. At the time of writing, training.linuxfoundation.org, shows three courses for Android development, four for MeeGo, and many more for general embedded Linux development, and other topics. The courses are not free and are intended for business and engineering managers who want to know more about the respective platforms. The classes are available online and in local classroom events (at local U.S. based sessions), and cost between $1000 and $1200 (USD) per course.
Taken from the original post:
"SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - February 1, 2011) - The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux, today announced six new training courses dedicated to the development of Linux-based mobile operating systems Android and MeeGo.
Linux has become the dominant operating system (OS) for mobile and embedded computing devices, and Android and MeeGo today represent two of the leading platforms in this market. Android is the leading OS for smartphones in the United States and powers millions of phones around the globe. MeeGo is providing the foundation for next-generation computing devices, from mobile PCs and netbooks to tablets and mediaphones, connected TVs and in-vehicle infotainment systems.
The Android and MeeGo developer courses will help meet new demands for Linux training and help to fill open positions at a variety of The Linux Foundation's member companies. These courses will give professionals lucrative job skills while helping to advance Linux in this space."
David Gilson for All About MeeGo, 1st February 2011.
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