Real-Time Systems for Developers and Researchers 0XI|

Requirements

  • Computer with internet connection

  • Basic linux knowledge

  • Using a Real-Time Test Suite to Test the Latency of your System.

  • Basic

Description

This course is about Real-Time Systems (RTSs), Real-Time Computing (RTC) and Real-Time Networks (RTN). In addition, you’ll learn about Time-Sensitive Networks (TSN), WebRTC , 5G and Real-Time Containerized Applications using Docker .
You’ll learn the usefull theory to be able to understand these topics, in addition you’ll learn how to analyse the real-time behaviour of your machine or your system, to categorize the machine based on the level of its real-time compatibilty and also to design and improve your machines to be Real-Time Compatible. You’ll also learn how to run containerized apps on your real-time environmet.

The RTSs Course from the Pretual School will teach you as few theory as you need and as much practice to be able to play with Real-Time Systems in Linux environment and to enable your devices to run real-time containerized applications.

The course is designed for Devleopers , Researchers and Managers and anyone who is intereted to learn RTSs and to learn many common usefull tools for enabling normal computers to be real-time compatable.

To join us and the other students in this course you will need:

  • a Computer with internet connection
  • Basic Linux knowledge (optional)
  • Something to drink :wink:

Give yourself just 2 hours and watch the videos in the lectures, and we’ll teach you exactly what you need to know about Real-Time Systems in theory and practice.

If you want to learn Real-Time Systems because it is a hype topic or because it’s a good skill to have or because RTSs will help you get better career opportunities , or for any other good reasons, Join us & the other students in this course today :slight_smile:

Who this course is for:

  • The course is designed for Devleopers, Managers and Researchers
  • and anyone who is intereted to learn Real-Time Systems and enabling normal computers to be real-time compatable.

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