Setting Your Linux Skills Apart Just Got Easier

If you’re like the 76% of open source professionals that believe certifications are useful for their careers*, there has never been a better time to take on the challenge. The Linux Foundation Certified Engineer (LFCE), the only vendor-neutral and performance-based certification for advanced sysadmins, now has a self-paced, online course to help you prepare to pass.

Why certify? Certifying your skills is a great way to fill in gaps in your Linux knowledge, build confidence, and prove to your management team or hiring managers that your skills are sharp.

We recently launched the Linux Networking and Administration course to help you prepare for, and pass, the LFCE certification. This online and self-paced course allows you to prepare on your schedule from anywhere in the world. With over 50 hours of self-paced coursework and over 50 hands-on lab exercises, you’ll be able to practice new skills and refresh your memory on the topics you already know.

Ready to get the support you need to hit your next career milestone?

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*Source: 2016 Open Source Jobs Report, Linux Foundation and Dice.



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