The Linux Foundation today announced that it will be offering MeeGo and Android training courses. The course is primarily intended for business and engineering managers who are interested in learning about the MeeGo project.
The purpose here is to shorten the learning curve by providing a guided tour of the project as an enablement for companies to be able to participate in MeeGo as fast as possible.
Courses are offered as in Classroom / On-line or On-site. There are 3 courses for MeeGo and also 3 courses for Android:
MeeGo Developer Courses
» LF363 Portable Application Development for MeeGo Devices
» LF361 Building MeeGo: Meego Internals and a Hands-on Approach
to OBS (openSUSE Build Service) For MeeGo
» LF273 MeeGo Training For Non-Developers
Android Developer Courses
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.