July 10, 2003

LinuxCertified announces its next Perl Class

Rajesh Goyal writes "San Jose, CA July 10, 2003 LinuxCertified, Inc. (www.linuxcertified.com ) today announced its next class of Perl 101, its repertoire of fast-paced classes on Open Source technologies. The class will be taught on July 26, in San Francisco-Bay Area.

This day long workshop features a practical and extensive introduction to Perl, with practical lab exercises. The class covers beginning through intermediate Perl language skills, such as manipulating files and directories, regular expressions, Perl data structures, good programming practices, and more. Both developers and administrators will benefit immediately from this class, by being able to apply valuable Perl expertise in their environment.

Today Perl is the de facto standard for server side components of Internet applications, said Chander Kant, President of LinuxCertified. This addition to our classes further strengthens our portfolio in bringing the best of Open-Source technology training for todays IT needs.

This new class maintains and builds on the high-quality standards created by other classes. The details of the class can be seen at:


About LinuxCertified, Inc.

The mission of LinuxCertified, Inc is to help our clients benefit from significant savings of effectively using Linux and Open-Source software in their IT infrastructure.
Our core offerings are:

- Linux trained and certified professionals
- Implementation and development services using Open-Source software
- LinuxCertified products providing industrys best ROI

For Details Contact:
Rajesh Goyal
LinuxCertified, Inc.
http://www.linuxcertified.com/ "

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