Rajesh Goyal writes: LinuxCertified.com announces "Linux for Beginners" for busy IT
professionals. All attendees get a free Linux laptop!
Linux is fast becoming a key component of the Network age of today and the future. Linux is now core of systems ranging from small smart devices to supercomputer clusters. A working knowledge of Linux is critical for professionals who use computing devices as tools for their work..
"Linux for beginners" course is designed for busy professionals with no prior experience with Linux or any other flavor of UNIX. This two-day introduction to Linux broadens their horizons with a detailed overview of the operating system. Attendees learn how to effectively use a Linux system as a valuable tool. They get familiar with the architecture and various components of the operating system, learn both graphical and command line tools, and learn to do basic networking. The offering of this class is scheduled for February 17 - 18, 2001.
In addition to carefully designed lecture material delivered by experienced Linux professionals, there is a heavy emphasis on hands-on learning. Attendees get a powerful Linux laptop on their arrival, along with other class materials. At the end of the class they take this laptop with them to further enhance their Linux expertise. Professionals with basic UNIX experience can enroll in the the popular "Linux Certification Bootcamp" class.
The mission of LinuxCertified.com is to bring Linux to mainstream IT usage. We firmly believe that Linux has an enormous potential, once it crosses over from the early adopters to the more mainstream users. Our goal is to help this transition by providing:
- Linux trained and certified professionals
- Linux certified products that cater to mainstream users rather than early adopters.
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