Are u guys all CS major?
I have some questions.. how did u study operating systems ?
Curious if any of u have worked on android OS in kernel level
03/15/2021, 6:38 PM
Self-taught here. Perhaps Alvin has some insight 😊
03/15/2021, 11:59 PM
Yes! I took CS major and i remember got OS subject. Under the hood, we mostly learn about things like how files system work and organized on disk. Never really touch Android kernel though, mostly worked with Linux and NachOS~
03/16/2021, 3:18 AM
@Bryan L Curious how u did ur self study! Are there any lectures to recommend?
@Yesc ohhh I was just curious since android os is linux based. I actually learned OS last year in college but honestly I don’t remember lot......cramming is bad 😂
03/16/2021, 4:36 AM
Depends what you're looking for. Most of my knowledge comes from text-based tutorials and documentation. I think that CodingWithMitch has an easy voice to follow along with. I enjoy him more when his lecture videos come up so I can sit back and just listen. There's a few Kotlin based podcasts that make for a good listen as well that I can share. Looking back on it, I know I've absorbed a lot of information from lectures, but just little by little. I'll think about this question and get back to you!
03/16/2021, 5:55 AM
Thanks for your words Bryan. I have self-doubt about my OS knowledge, so my first-step-goal is to review the basic concepts. However I don’t want to just look through documents, instead I’d like to study with codes. Plus, in the near future(?), I want to be able to look through android os linux codes.