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Advanced C & UNIX Internals
Aim of the course is to enable the students become expert systems programmers by mastering the fundamentals of C & UNIX technologies and systems approach to programming. The entire course comprises over 150 hours of teaching dedicated to making the student gain expertise in handling industrial grade software.
Software required: NA
Level: Intermediate
Course Fees : INR 4000.00
Course Duration : 12 Months

 

 

  • Introduction

    Description of Introduction

  • UNIX Overview
  • C Overview
  • Multi Tasking Overview
  • M.M.U Overview
  • File Management Overview
  • Compiler Overview
  • C Symbolic References
  • C Data Types
  •  C Operators - I
  •  C Operators - II
  • C Arrays
  • C Structures
  • C Syntax - I
  • C Syntax - II
  • Block Program Structure
  • Compilation - I
  • Compilation - II
  • Compilation - III
  • Compilation - IV
  • Compilation - V
  • Linking - I
  • Linking - II
  • Pointers - I
  • Pointers - II
  • Pointers - III
  • Pointers - IV
  • Assorted Topics
  • UNIX Environment
  • Guidelines
  • Lab Introduction - I
  • Lab Introduction - II
  • Lab Introduction - II - Labware
  • C PreProcessor - I
  • C PreProcessor - II
  • C Preprocessor - II- Labware
  • File Management - I
  • File Management - II
  • File Management - II - Labware
  • File Management - III
  • File Management - III - Labware
  • File Management - IV
  • File Management - V
  • File Management - V - Labware

    This is Labware Description

  • File Management - VI
  • File Management - VI - Labware
  • Memory Management
  • Memory Management - Labware
  • Arrays - I
  • Arrays - II
  • Arrays - II - Labware 1
  • Arrays - II - Labware 2
  • Stacks - I
  • Stacks - I - Labware
  • Stacks - II
  • Stacks - III
  • Stacks - III - Labware
  • Queues
  • Queues - Labware
  • Assorted Data Structures
  • Buffers and Lists
  • Buffers and Lists - Labware
  • Level I Lists
  • Level II Lists - Concepts
  • Level II Lists - Implementation
  • Level II Lists - Labware
  • Recursive Structures
  • Recursive Procedures
  • Build Trees
  • Build Trees - Labware
  • C Internals
  • C Internals - Varargs
  • C Internals - Labware
  • Process Management - I
  • Process Management - I - Labware
  • Process Management - II
  • Process Management - II - Labware
  • IO Redirection
  • IO Redirection - Labware
  • Shell Scripts
  • Shell Scripts - Labware
  • Make - I
  • Make - II
  • Make - II - Labware
  • Source Code Control
  • System Administration
  • Hard Disk Administration
  • Backup Administration
  • Backup Administration Labware
  • Terminal Administration
  • Terminals
  • Terminals - Labware
  • Printer Administration
  • Printer Administration - Labware
  • Online Transaction Processing
  • Semaphores
  • Signals
  • Communication Channels - I
  • Signals - Labware
  • Communication Channels - II
  • Channel Selection
  • Language of Communication
  • Language of Communication - Labware
  • Device Drivers - I
  • Device Drivers - II
  • Device Drivers - III
  • Networking - I
  • Networking - II
  • Networking - III
  • Networking - IV
  • Networking - V
  • Networking - V - Labware
  • Advanced UNIX Topics - I
  • Advanced UNIX Topics - II
  • Advanced UNIX Topics - II - Labware
  • QA01-00 General Questions
  • QA01-01
  • QA01-02
  • QA01-03
  • QA01-04
  • QA01-05
  • QA01-06
  • QA01-07
  • QA01-08
  • QA01-09
  • QA01-10
  • QA02-00 C Questions
  • QA02-01
  • QA02-02
  • QA02-03
  • QA02-04
  • QA02-05
  • QA02-06
  • QA02-07
  • QA02-08
  • QA02-09
  • QA02-10
  • QA02-11
  • QA02-12
  • QA02-13
  • QA03-01
  • QA03-02
  • QA03-03
  • QA03-04
  • QA03-05
  • QA03-06
  • QA03-07
  • QA03-08
  • QA03-09
  • QA03-10
  • QA03-11
  • QA03-12
  • QA04-00 UNIX Questions
  • QA04-01
  • QA04-02
  • QA04-03
  • QA04-04
  • QA04-05
  • QA04-06
  • QA04-07
  • QA04-08
  • QA04-09
  • QA04-10
  • QA04-11
  • QA04-12
  • QA05-01
  • QA05-02
  • QA05-03
  • QA05-04
  • QA05-05
  • QA05-06
  • QA05-07
  • QA05-08
  • QA05-09
  • QA05-10
  • QA05-11
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Aim of the course is to enable the students become expert systems programmers by mastering the fundamentals of C & UNIX technologies and systems approach to programming. The entire course comprises over 150 hours of teaching dedicated to making the student gain expertise in handling industrial grade software.

Author:
The trainer M L S Shastry has 20 years of actual industrial experience with 25 years of teaching experience. 25,000+ students have availed the benefit of his passionate teaching over the past 25 years. We at Uttara want to take this sea of knowledge to the maximum number of students possible. At the end of the course, students should not only be good in C & UNIX, but would also understand the why of programming. The students would be better IT professionals by completing the course.




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