You will learn how to:
Essential APIs and Techniques
Task-Specific APIs and Techniques
The above is an "exploded" outline used to illustrate the class' full content. Actual sections and modules differ from the above. Also, note that class content and order of material presented is subject to slight changes, depending on attendee needs and interest. Topics labeled as "intro" are covered in sufficient depth to allow students to start navigating the topic with ease but would typically warrant an entirely separate discussion. Writing a Linux device driver for instance, while a necessary part of adding hardware support to Android, is a vast topic more adequately covered by our Linux Device Drivers class.
This class is intended for developers who want to:
Requirements, the short version:
Requirements, the full story:
Mark Murphy is the founder of CommonsWare and the author of The Busy Coder’s Guide to Android Development. He is active in supporting the Android developer community, from answering questions on StackOverflow to publishing sample code and reusable components as open source.
A three-time entrepreneur, his experience ranges from consulting on open source and collaborative development for the Fortune 500 to application development on just about anything smaller than a mainframe. He has been a software developer for nearly three decades, from the TRS-80 to the latest crop of mobile devices. A polished speaker, Mr. Murphy has delivered conference presentations and training sessions on a wide array of topics internationally.
Karim J. Yaghmour is part serial entrepreneur part unrepentant geek. His experience combines a unique mix of mobile, embedded and kernel background with enterprise and web2.0/consumer-oriented Rich Internet Application development. Karim is the author of O'Reilly's Embedded Android and Building Embedded Linux Systems, which sold tens of thousands of copies worldwide and has been translated into several different languages.
Having been an early believer in the power of open source, Karim pioneered the world of Linux tracing by introducing the Linux Trace Toolkit (LTT) in the late '90s. He continued maintaining LTT through 2005 and was joined in this effort by developers from several companies, including IBM, HP, and Intel. LTT users included: Google, IBM, HP, Oracle, Alcatel, Nortel, Ericsson, Qualcomm, NASA, Boeing, Airbus, Sony, Samsung, NEC, Fujitsu, SGI, RedHat, Thales, Oerlikon, Bull, Motorola, ARM, ST Micro, Infineon, WindRiver, MontaVista, Scientific-Atlanta, Wipro and Autodesk. Other contributions include relayfs and Adeos.
Karim has presented and published as part of a number of peer-reviewed scientific conferences, magazines and online publications, including Usenix, the Linux Kernel Summit, the Embedded Linux Conference, the Android Builders Summit, AnDevCon, the Embedded Systems Conference, AndroidOpen, the Ottawa Linux Symposium, LinuxJournal, the O'Reilly Network and the Real-Time Linux Workshop. Some of Karim's projects can be found in our Community section. Karim holds Masters and Bachelors degrees in Computer Engineering from the École Polytechnique de Montréal.
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|Slides:||PDF | Beamer files tarball|
|Exercises:||PDF | ODT|
Note that some of our instructors might choose to use their own courseware for the sessions they teach. In those cases, the content will differ from the material distributed here but the topics covered will be the same.
|Pricing:||2,395$/student. Contact us for an on-site session quote.|
12 students max.
Although we do sometimes accept to train larger groups in on-site settings, we believe that a 12 student cap ensures an optimal instructor/attendee ratio in the context of a public session.
|Location:||No public sessions are presently scheduled|
|Courseware:||All our courseware is available under CC-BY-SA 3.0; just click on the above "Courseware" thumbnail to download it.|
|Schedule:||Classes run from 9 to 5, with breaks in the morning, at lunch and in the afternoon.|
|Payment:||Opersys accepts all major credit cards, wire transfers and corporate checks drawn on US banks in US funds.|
|Policies:||Students must register and pay all tuition fees prior to class start. Registrations cannot be canceled, though we will do our best to accommodate your situation. Class cancellations are very uncommon (and have never happened as of this writing), but, were they to occur, you would be notified as soon as possible and your tuition fees would be refunded in full.|
This class can be given on-site and can be customized to your organization's needs. In addition to English, this class can also be taught in French. For more information regarding this class' logistics or to schedule an on-site session, please contact us.