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Linux Foundation Announces Training Program to Meet Increasing Demand for Linux Talent

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The Linux Foundation today announced the Linux Foundation Training Program, which will kick off with courses taught at the Linux Foundation’s Annual Collaboration Summit April 8 - 10, 2009 in San Francisco.

The Training Program will debut with the following classes:
• Essential Linux Device Driver Development Skills
• Creating Applications for Linux
• Kernel Debugging and Performance

The Training Program will consist of in-person courses at the Linux Foundation’s events, including its Collaboration Summit, End User Summit and LinuxCon, in-person classes in cities around the United States (dates to be announced) and onsite, custom courses for companies that want to ensure their developer core remains current. Graduates of the Program will gain access to resources at the Linux Foundation, which will provide students networking opportunities with the developer and vendor community through a variety of its events and activities.

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