Linux Training

Written by Laurie Nichol
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Linux has made a journey from renegade idea to a popular and established operating system embraced by industry leaders like IBM, HP, and Intel. Reasons for its popularity include its ease of use, flexibility with all kinds of hardware, evolutionary development, and, of course, the fact that it’s free, free, free! IT professionals who’ve long understood the benefits of open-source software are one step ahead of the game in terms of Linux proficiency, but a demonstrated knowledge of this excellent (non-)product is easy to achieve!

Getting Your LPIC Linux Training!

So many companies are turning to Linux as their primary OS software. And IT professionals who want to keep up with the change, as well as enjoy the technical advancement that such an intelligent program has to offer, are signing up for Linux training courses in increasing numbers. It’s possible to find LPIC, or Linux Professional Institute Certification courses in bootcamp-style training schools across the country.

Thorough Linux training will leave you prepared to design and manage the hardware, software, and network processes that power Linux-based systems. When choosing the right training course for you, take into account certain considerations. While the new breed of bootcamp training courses are more affordable than ever, you still don’t want to take the gamble of losing money on an unsuccessful venture. Therefore, we suggest you find a course provider that can offer a money-back satisfaction guarantee – if you don’t pass the certification exams, you don’t have to pay for the class!

If you’d like to pursue an advanced computer certification, whether for an operating system like Linux or a programming language like Visual Basic or SQL, you have a whole field of options. MCSE bootcamps, Java certification courses, CCIE training and more can be found from a variety of companies. However, keep in mind that there are ways to achieve discounts on your training, if you know where to look. Some companies offer discounts for small groups, military personnel, alumni of prior courses, and so on. Accomplishing advanced Linux training may be closer, and more affordable, than you thought!


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