Rookie learning linux help ~ ~

Category: Linux/Unix Community -> UNIX Culture Author: wang661312a Date: 2010-11-08 18:37:08
 
wang661312a
2010-11-08 18:37:08
I'm sorry I rarely on the forum, so I do not know this post made here are fit ~ ~

talk about my situation right - Sophomore graduating students, computer professionals, until now school courses End including, C language, assembly language, data structure; own self-study of "Bird Brother linux private kitchens", "linux programming", and now are watching "unix-level programming environment" ~ ~

I would like to linux direction, but not quite understand the industry situation is not clear what the future will be engaged in the kind of work? Industry needs to?

I want to ask you, in view of junior next semester to begin looking for internships, I now only less than a year? I could linux how to develop this road? Which direction to learn? (For example, network programming? Kernel?) What are the prospects? ~ ~

Hope you have educated us ~ ~ Thank you ~ ~
ddljghgq
2010-11-08 18:46:24
If you just look at the code in the reading stage, the lack of sufficient practical experience, then I suggest you from the system maintenance, database maintenance and other aspects
programming is needed to practice, if you can have more tests, more simple program compiled, then the interface program should be your first choice, such as the current QT, Android and the like, if you spend a lot of time the ground floor, in the future you will be able not dry, it will dry without competent situation
as a company is not going to the bottom of these things to a novice
lsc12345678
2010-11-08 18:49:05
you mean yes, I am now to the bottom of the case, with little effect is that right?
brother suggested I have next stage, which is the C + + programming linux network programming side development.
but I still want to reach out to the bottom of that, he was willing to spend a lot of effort to learn, just do not know enough time, specifically how to learn.
originally intended to study next device drivers and network programming, but hesitated.

you want to learn what, what school

contact point when reading the bottom of things come to any harm,
backstage direction well, ah, huh
klkl411
2010-11-08 18:55:44
underlying hardware needs to have some knowledge of
actually no big deal, like to do it, as long as willing to spend time to learn, and certainly the line ~ ~ ~
lycjj32
2010-11-08 19:10:19

you mean, I am now to the bottom of the case, with little effect eh?
brother suggested I have next stage, which is the C + + programming linux network programming side development.
but I still want to reach out to the underlying point, he was willing to spend a lot of effort to learn, just do not know enough time, specifically how to learn.
originally intended to study next device drivers and network programming, but hesitated.
jafe007
2010-11-08 19:13:55
Just do it, no time is not enough. .
people say that time is like cleavage, squeeze or some.
wjfwjl1983
2010-11-08 19:23:03
very grateful upstairs recommendations. . . I also experienced similar landlord
AIZENMEDEHEIHEI
2010-11-08 19:25:32
I still want to continue to go to the bottom of school ~ ~ Oh, at least in this summer I will spare no effort to try, at least do not let yourself regret ~ ~