Classes taught by W. Richard Stevens
(Currently I have no public classes scheduled.)
I teach very few classes these days (no more than 10 days a year),
preferring to focus my energies on writing,
and having burned out from too much travel (64 teaching days in 1995).
Nevertheless, I do take on new clients if things look right.
My main desire is highly motivated students.
Two things I avoid are frigid climates during the winter
(with a possible exception if good skiing is nearby)
and propeller-driven commuter airline access
(I used to be a flight instructor; I know better).
You should be aware that my fees are higher than most instructors:
contact me through private email if you are seriously interested.
Classes that I teach:
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- IP Version 6: An Introduction.
A one-day introduction to IP version 6 (all lecture).
- UNIX Network Programming.
I currently teach a one-day overview of this topic (all lecture).
I used to teach a three-day version that is 50% lecture
and 50% hands-on programming labs but my handouts and
exercises are currently out-of-date.
- Essential UNIX Programming.
A one-day overview of essential Unix programming features (all lecture).
- Advanced UNIX Programming.
This is a four-day (50% lecture, 50% hands-on programming labs)
overview of my APUE book.
I developed this course for
Technology Exchange Company,
but no longer teach it.
For additional information.