[Kwartzlab CS] [KwartzLab] Operating System Kernel Construction Course
cedric at ccjclearline.com
Mon Jun 17 13:56:49 EDT 2013
I'm interested; but am not an ideal candidate to succeed, as I've no knowledge of C, and have been bested by pointers before.
On the other hand, if there was ever an opportunity to get this under my belt once and for all, this would be a good one.
Assuming you've got enough others who are interested and strong candidates, count me in, and I'll see how well I manage to keep up :)
On 2013-06-11, at 6:30 PM, Stephen Paul Weber wrote:
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> Several people have expressed interest in my running an Operating System
> Kernel Construction course. I have the material for this (though there is
> some extra material that people are interested in namely virtual memory,
> which I am not done yet). If there is interest, I was thinking that
> Thursday evenings starting in July might work pretty well (pending board
> approval and availability from those of you who are interested).
> This would be quite different from my last course. It would be a project
> course focussed on building your own Operating System Kernel from scratch.
> Each session would be dominated by participants working on writing code for
> their Kernel.
> Required experience: knowledge of pointers and memory addresses a MUST.
> Knowledge of C STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. Knowledge of some assembly beneficial.
> All of my experience and examples is for ARMv4/v6 on QEMU's versatilepb.
> Adequately motivated participants can build for anything, however, as most
> of the examples should be largely portable.
> Reccomended environment: your own laptop running a Debian derivative with an
> ARM cross-compiler and QEMU-system install.
> Please email me (or reply to this message on list) to indicate your
> interest. If Thursdays in July are not good for you, please indicate what
> *would* be good for you.
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> Stephen Paul Weber, @singpolyma
> See <http://singpolyma.net> for how I prefer to be contacted
> edition right joseph
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