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Welcome to UEFI and EDK II Learning and Development.  The courses below are provided to help you increase your knowledge of UEFI and EDK II and to aid you in performing UEFI- and EDK II-related tasks.
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* [[UEFI_EDKII_Learning_Dev | UEFI and EDK II Learning and Development]] These courses are provided to help you increase your knowledge of UEFI and EDK II and to aid you in performing UEFI- and EDK II-related tasks.
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These courses are provided and produced as a courtesy of Intel Corporation.  
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To view the online courses, you'll need  [http://sourceforge.net/projects/edk2/files/Training/Flash_Instructions.pdf/download Adobe* Flash Player 10] or higher.  Before you begin a course, review the course objectives and intended audience to determine if the course is right for you.  Then, click the course link to begin.  Enjoy learning more about UEFI and EDK II!
 
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;Course Objectives:  When you complete the course, you will be able to:
 
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* Identify and define the Legacy BIOS and UEFI specifications
 
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* Define Platform Initialization and explain its evolution from “The Framework” to “Platform Initialization”
 
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* Define EDK I and II and their purposes
 
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'''Course Goal:''' Initialize the boot process by following the UEFI specifications
 
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[http://sourceforge.net/projects/edk2/files/Training/Lesson1/Lesson_1_PEI_and_Course_Intro.htm/download '''Lesson 1''' - Course Introduction and Pre-EFI (PEI) and Security (SEC) Phases ]
 
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When you complete this lesson, you will be able to:
 
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* Access EDK II to assist you in in using commercial compilers, providing for self-hosted development, and supplying libraries to assist in managing common tasks.
 
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* Define and implement types of debugging allowed with EDK II
 
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* Identify the responsibilities of the Security phase
 
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* Summarize the DXE phase and its purpose, functions, properties, attributes, and components
 
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* Compare and contrast the two types of DXE drivers:  Early DXE Phase Drivers and UEFI Drivers
 
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[http://sourceforge.net/projects/edk2/files/Training/Lesson3/Lesson_3_UEFI_Drivers.htm/download  '''Lesson 3''' - UEFI Drivers]
 
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[http://sourceforge.net/projects/edk2/files/Training/Lesson5/Lesson_5_BDS_HII.htm/download  '''Lesson 5''' - Boot Device Selection (BDS) and Human Interface Infrastructure (HII)]
 
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