The Linux Foundation Launches Free Webinar Series With Big Names

by Ostatic Staff - Mar. 02, 2010

Starting this month, The Linux Foundation is offering free Linux Training webinars taught by well-known Linux developers and personalities.  You can sign up for the first webinar, here. It's titled "How to Work with the Linux community" and is taught by editor and kernel developer Jon Corbet. A look at the other webinars in the series shows that the instructors are no slouches, including North America's first kernel developer Ted Ts'o, and OStatic's own Joe Brockmeier.

The webinars in The Linux Foundation's series are part of its overall Linux Training program, which is aimed at providing free resources for the Linux community. While the webinars are free, you do have to register. In addition to Jon Corbet's initial webinar, these are all coming up:

"An Introduction to Git"
by kernel maintainer and TAB chair James Bottomley.

“Linux System Troubleshooting and Tuning” and “Linux Administration 101” by Linux author and community manager Joe “Zonker” Brockmeier.

“A Linux Filesystem Overview” and “Linux Virtualized Storage” by TAB member and kernel developer Christoph Hellwig.

“Btrfs: An Intro and Update” to the new file system for Linux, by project lead and TAB member Chris Mason.

“Linux Performance Tuning” by North America’s first kernel developer Ted Ts’o.