About this Course:
Professionals sharing proficiency in developing applications and software for Linux Environment have great demand in a Linux-based business enterprise and organization. On average, an Embedded Linux Developer earns $107,500 annually and can easily secure a reputable job in today’s competitive world of business.
The Developing Applications For Linux (LFD401) course is designed for experienced App Developers and Language Programmers who want to learn the art of developing apps in Linux environment. Through this course, professionals get practical knowledge and experience of working with the major tools and development methods used in Linux App Development. This teachings of this course also covers unique techniques used in Linux App Development for designing and optimizing applications.
Experienced App developers can greatly benefit from the teachings of this course and can expand their skill set in accordance with the evolving needs of the app development world. This allows them to efficiently manage processes, troubleshoot, and debug errors in a Linux-based business enterprise.
The core objective of this course is to help professionals gain a better understanding and sound knowledge of the following key principles:
- C Programs and App Development Tools and Methods
- Linux System Programming
- Process Management, Troubleshooting, and Debugging Techniques
- Streamlining Linux App Development
- Linux System and Paid Calls
- Working with Major Linux Distributions
- C# & C/C++ App Developers
- Linux Developers
- IT Professionals and Experts
Professionals planning to enroll in the Developing Applications For Linux (LFD401) Course must have the practical experience and technical knowledge of software and app development.
Candidates must have C Programming Language proficiency and should be familiar with the key concepts of Text Editors and Linux Utilities.