HOME 》 Students - Meet some of my Boys and Girls


Ramneek Sekhon, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon, Korea ↗
Post Doctoral Researcher at Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute


Akash Satish Phalak, Bangalore ↗
Embedded Systems software developer having 3+ years industry experience.

Rahul Shrivastava, Bangalore ↗
Senior Datacom and systems Software Engineer having 5+ years industry experience. Hands on expert in TCP, Layer 2, Layer 3, OSPF, BGP, ISIS, Multicast, IGMP, Forwarding plane, Socket Programming, Kernel Programming, Distribution System, Operating Systems, Linux,Embedded Systems, Linux Kernel, Data Structures, Algorithms, Multithreading, Threads, IPC, Design Patterns, C, C++, Assembly

Saravanan Muthu, Bangalore ↗
LinkedinSend eMail
Linux system programming, IFE(In Flight Entertainment) and Bio-informatics expert having 12+ years Industry experience.

Bharath Thiruveedula*, Hyderabad ↗

Development Engineer, Openstack expert.

Ved Prakash Malakar, Hyderabad, Telangana, India ↗
Innovative IT professional offering vast experiences leveraging Software Sustaining engineering (L3) and development using DevOps methodologies (git, Confluence, JIRA) to deliver highly effective and creative solutions to business and technology challenges on C++ and Linux . Utilizes highly attuned analytical skills to develop IT and business strategies employing cutting- edge technologies to increase productivity. Consistently drives high standards of service through effective project management, communication, and strategic planning. Strong exposure in client management. Highly organized with strong capacity to prioritize workload, delegate deliverables, and steer project completion within established deadlines.

Shashank Mohan Jain, Bangalore ↗
LinkedinGithubMedium 🔗
Development Architect at SAP Research, having 15 years industry experience in Cloud systems, provisioning services like DB/Brokers, Virtualization, Java technologies

Srinivas Rao, Bangalore (Hyderabad) ↗

Systems software engineer and networking expert

Anbarasan Ganesan, Chennai ↗
2.5+ years of experience in WLAN Device Driver Development and 2+ years of experience in Software Development. Had developed software for ARM micro-controllers. And I have been working in WLAN device driver development and debugging.

Sachidananda Sahu, Bangalore ↗
Senior Software Engineer, Radisys India Pvt Ltd having 4+ years industry experience in LTE Architecture and Protocol Stack, L3 ( RRC, X2AP, S1AP and Self Organizational Network (SON)) and Dynamic Spectrum Arbitrage on LTE Network.

Himanshu Sharma, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India ↗
Experience of around 2 years in Embedded Software Development, I am currently working as a Android Kernel Engineer in Borqs India. I had worked as a Wi-Fi developer in Qualcomm and possess considerable amount of exposure to Power Line Communication firmware. Have worked on Chipset’s integrating PLC & WiFi together and have a basic exposure to OpenWrt.


Ramin Farajpour Cami, ↗
Senior Cyber Security Researcher, EDG (Engineering Development Group) of CCI (Center for Cyber Intelligence).


Velmurugan Ramalingam, Hsinchu ↗
Experienced RD Project Manager, Systems software, Wireless Networking and RTOS expert


Rachael Smith, ↗

Senior Systems and Network Engineer. Specialist in CISCO and Juniper gateways, firewalls and routers.

MSamir, ↗

Network admin and Linux expert. Certifications: RHCE, SCSA, CCNA, CEH, VCP, RHCSS

Chris, Philadelphia ↗

Solutions Expert and Network Software programmer

Carlson, Tuscon ↗


Rajasekhar Chaganti, San Antonio, Texas Area ↗
PhD in computer science at the University of Texas at San Antonio ↗

Kishore Reddy, California ↗

Systems and Embedded software developer


Jackson*, London ↗



Mathew, Hamburg ↗


Johannes, Stuttgart ↗



Angel Angelov, Bulgaria ↗

SCADA engineer in ESO, Bulgaria.


Alessandro, Rovigo ↗

IT Operations, Manager.

Stefano, Florence ↗


Roberto, Bologna ↗

Systems Consultant


Avellino, Marseille ↗

Network Admin. Certifications: RHCE, CCNA


Richard*, Sydney ↗


Joshua James*, Sydney ↗



Ernesto*, ↗

Network Admin, Linux and Networking specialist.

Join The Linux Channel :: Facebook Group ↗

Visit The Linux Channel :: on Youtube ↗

💗 Help shape the future: Sponsor/Donate

Recommended Topics:
Featured Video:
Watch on Youtube - [61//0] 278 The Linux Channel - Managing the Youtube channel and video content ↗

Code with Kiran - Live Coding | Linux Kernel Programming | Kernel Libraries ↗
Thursday' 29-Oct-2020
Here is a my multi-episode Youtube video series of me doing a live code (Code with Kiran Series). Linux Kernel source consists of many libraries within. For example such as to create and manage Linked Lists, String Operations, Encryption Algorithms, Compression Algorithms, and so on. In the Kernel, various Kernel Modules (including various Device Drivers) will use these Kernel inclusive Libraries. Unlike user-space programming, in Kernel Space when you code, you have to use these Libraries which are actually part of kernel (i.e sharing the same address space). And in some cases you can also make your own libraries and publish as well. In the case of user-space programs, we use third-party libraries (explicit or implicit), but that cannot happen when you code in kernel space. The libraries share the same address space and they are part of Linux Kernel mainline source. Hence it is important to understand the significance of using such library as demonstrated in my video series bel

What is a Linux Kernel Module - a Big Picture ↗
Thursday' 29-Oct-2020
Learning Linux Kernel Programming is always fascinating and yet challenging. So generally you may tend to learn Kernel Module programming, since such a module can be dynamically plugged into running Linux Kernel. But this will lead to confusion, and many assume kernel source is mostly a collection of these modules. Which in reality is not. Not just that, when we say Kernel Module, its a vaguely defined term. The term Module (as we know) is nothing but a collection of APIs, bunch of variables and associated data-structures. Which may or may not be a plugable kernel module. If you ask me, I am a fan of wiring Linux Kernel Modules, which may not be necessarily a pluggable kernel module. It all boils down to the address space at which these modules function inside a monolithic Linux Kernel. Which is nothing but Linux Kernel's address space. Hence here is my detailed multi-episode Youtube video series on Linux Kernel modules, a big picture and the significance of the

Raspberry Pi GPIO Pins - Raw Kernel Access via sysfs - GPIO Linux Kernel Drivers ↗
Thursday' 29-Oct-2020
Here is a my multi-episode Youtube video series of me doing a live code (Code with Kiran Series). Linux Kernel GPIO drivers of Raspberry Pi offers access/control directly via sysfs filesystem interface. But often people don't see this aspect, instead as a part of IoT, they assume these GPIO pins can be only accessed by some Python, Java or C/C++ code libraries. But in the real case those libraries are just an abstract layer written around the core Kernel GPIO driver's sysfs filesystem. So here is an attempt where we learn this aspect in systems architecture point of view. And then later try to attempt writing such user-space GPIO control code without any third-party libraries. Since the sysfs driver access is via regular files (user-space context), we can now use any language of our choice and access the same like any files. In that process we can attempt writing our own bunch of abstract APIs resembling a typical GPIO access library.

Multi-Client TCP Server with pthreads Mutex Synchronized - Code-walk of viewer code - Sekhar Pariga ↗
Thursday' 29-Oct-2020
Here is a code-walk of a git-hub source submitted by a viewer Sekhar Pariga, which is a Multi-client TCP Server with pthreads Mutex synchronized. Basically it is a Directory Listing Server, that serves ls, cd, pwd of directory functions to connecting TCP clients which are remotely (locally) executed by the server. Server is implemented using multi-thread pthread library, to serve multiple clients simultaneously. Server keeps the each accepted client session details in the queue data structure. Client session queue contains each clients socket-fd and present working directory as a queue node.

Adding your own Kernel Modules into Linux Kernel Source | Linux Kernel Programming ↗
Thursday' 29-Oct-2020
Whenever you do custom kernel modules, you can optionally make it a part of existing Linux Kernel source. This does not mean you are submitting your kernel module to the mainline kernel source (i.e kernel.org Linux Kernel Foundation). What I meant is, you can make your kernel module(s) part of Linux Kernel source so that when you compile your kernel you can automatically compile your kernel module(s) too. As well when you create/modify kernel .config configuration file (such as via make menuconfig, etc), you can enable or disable your kernel module(s) too.
To do the same you have to register (and include) your custom Kernel Module's Kconfig and Makefile to the existing Kconfig and Makefile of the Linux Kernel source Here is a detailed multi-episode video of mine which gives the overall idea and the big-picture.

Linux Software Development and Tools ↗
Thursday' 29-Oct-2020

Software Programming Standards (Coding Standards) ↗
Thursday' 29-Oct-2020

IP-in-IP Tunneling Demystified - VPN Tunnels ↗
Thursday' 29-Oct-2020
There can be many ways one can architect VPN Networks. The end objective is to tunnel private IP (typically LAN subnets) within public IP Networks (such as Internet). You can establish such a tunnel in various creative ways, such as Transport Mode, Tunnel Mode, IP-in-IP tunneling, etc. Also you can choose any transport layer protocol of your choice such as send VPN traffic via TCP, or via UDP and so on.

KERNEL - The Linux Channel - a High Performance Linux Kernel ↗
Thursday' 29-Oct-2020

Raspberry Pi OS with PIXEL ↗
Thursday' 29-Oct-2020

Trending Video:
Watch on Youtube - [61//0] 278 The Linux Channel - Managing the Youtube channel and video content ↗

Linux Kernel Architecture ↗
Thursday' 29-Oct-2020

Recommended Video:
Watch on Youtube - [61//0] 278 The Linux Channel - Managing the Youtube channel and video content ↗