Unix/Linux for embedded/telecom Systems programming in POSIX environments

This training course prepares developers to work on communication or embedded-style applications for GNU/Linux or other POSIX environment (BSD, QNX, etc.).
Code: ADM-008
Duration: 20 hours

Description

This training course prepares developers to work on communication or embedded-style applications for GNU/Linux or other POSIX environment (BSD, QNX, etc.). The course will cover features common to the Unix family of operating systems, mainly APIs from the POSIX standards (Portable Operating System Interface = IEEE Std 1003.*).

Roadmap

  • User-kernel interface (system calls, errno, libc)
  • Processes, signals
  • Universal I/O model: everything tries to be a file, or at least a stream of bytes devices, sockets etc
  • File system
  • A few tools to explore Unix I/O and investigate a program's behavior: strace, dd, netcat/socat
  • Inter-Process Communication (IPC) including shared memory, mappings (mmap).
  • Overhead: sources (system call, memory copy, scanning, memory allocation, etc.); minimizing overhead
  • POSIX Threads (pthread) API and its interactions with previously described features
  • Advanced I/O: non-blocking, Async, polling
  • Sync vs. Async, adapting between these approaches
  • Daemon processes
  • System startup

Objectives

After finishing the course participants will be able to:
  1. Find the specific information required for their tasks in man pages or standard documents;
  2. Identify simple mistakes and problems/risks in a code that uses POSIX APIs;
  3. Know what points to consider when designing or modifying embedded-style applications.

Target Audience

  • Software developers

Prerequisites

Important:

  1. Good knowledge of the C programming language;
  2. Ability to use the command-line interface (shell) on GNU/Linux or other Unix systemat least basic tasks like file management, search;
  3. Basic notions of concurrent programming.

To benefit from some of the discussions, it would be nice to have:

  1. Actual development experienceat least debugging bigger C programs, preferably production code;
  2. Basic networking knowledge (TCP/IP introduction, let's say at the level of CCNA 1).


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Wroclaw €350

Invoices for the course will be issued in local currency. All fees above can change according to training location and delivery mode and are subject to change while scheduling. For individual participants the price is as displayed. For legal entities VAT is added to the displayed price.

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