Szkolenia The Linux Foundation

Cel szkolenia

Open source software has become the dominant model for how the world’s technology infrastructure operates, from the smallest microprocessor to the largest supercomputers. Use of Open Source Software leads to better and faster development. Widespread collaboration puts more eyeballs on your code and has transformed the way people and corporations think and how things get done today.

In the first part of this course, we will survey how open source software works, including advantages of using it, methods of working in OSS communities, governance models and licensing choices.

In the second part of this course, we consider Linux systems and cover a wide set of topics, including installation, desktop environments, text editors, important commands and utilities, command shells and scripts, file systems and compiling software.

In the third part, we give a thorough introduction to Git, the source control system that arose out of the Linux kernel community, that enables widely distributed development to operate efficiently.

In just a few years, Git has risen to become the dominant system on the planet for collaborative development, with literally millions of projects using it.

This course will take between 50 and 60 hours to complete and contains 43 hands-on lab exercises that will allow you to practice your skills, as well as a similar number of knowledge check quizzes, and more than 20 videos showing you how to accomplish important tasks.

In this course you will:

  • Obtain a strong foundation for working comfortably and productively in open source development communities
  • Learn to work comfortably and productively in a Linux environment
  • Master important​ Linux methods and requisite tools
  • Learn to use Git to create new repositories or clone existing ones
  • Learn to use Git to commit new changes, review revision histories, and examine differences with older versions
  • Learn to use Git to work with different branches, merge repositories, and work with a distributed development team.

Plan szkolenia Rozwiń listę

  1. Course Introduction
  2. Open Source Software (OSS)
  3. Why Use Open Source Software?
  4. Examples of Successful OSS Projects
  5. How to Work in OSS Projects
  6. Continuous Integration
  7. OSS Licensing and Legal Issues
  8. Leadership vs Control and Why Projects Fail
  9. Respecting and Encouraging Diversity in OSS
  10. GitHub and Other Hosting Providers
  11. Linux and the Operating System
  12. Graphical Environments and Interfaces
  13. Getting Help
  14. Text Editors
  15. Shells, bash, and the Command Line
  16. Filesystem Layout, Partitions, Paths and Links
  17. System Initialization
  18. Memory
  19. Networking
  20. Command Details
  21. System Administration
  22. Users and Groups
  23. Linux Filesystems
  24. Essential Command Line Tools
  25. Bash Scripting
  26. Files and Filesystems
  27. Compiling, Linking, and Libraries
  28. Java Installation and Environment
  29. Building RPM and Debian Packages
  30. Introduction to Git
  31. Git Installation
  32. Git and Revision Control Systems
  33. Using Git: An Example
  34. Git Concepts and Architecture
  35. Managing Files and the Index
  36. Commits
  37. Branches
  38. Diffs
  39. Merges
  40. Managing Local and Remote Repositories
  41. Using Patches
  42. Advanced Git Interfaces: Gerrit
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Dodatkowe informacje

Wymagania
  • Experience as a developer on any operating system
  • Experience in working at the command line is not necessary, but would be helpful
  • A Linux system is necessary, either a physical or a virtual machine, and any modern distribution will work. Please note that installation instructions are provided in the course material, if needed.
Poziom trudności
Czas trwania 7 dni
Certyfikat

The participants will obtain certificates signed by The Linux Foundation.

Prowadzący

Certified The Linux Foundation Trainer.

Informacje dodatkowe

60 hours of self-course material.

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