It’s no secret: Linux is being adopted at a remarkable pace. And all this growth has led to a real shortage of Linux talent, which means it’s a great time to be getting into Linux!
It’s time for our annual Linux Foundation membership drive! And this year, we’re particularly excited because we’re offering a very special incentive to everyone who becomes an Individual Member.
Since announcing our Intro to Linux course for free on the edX platform a year ago, we've been working on doing a variety of things to make Linux learning and access to tour training and certification programs more accessible to all.
The new year is a almost a quarter of the way through, and now that you’ve had some time to settle in, it’s time to start thinking about training.
As part of our mission to provide high-quality training to Linux talent, anytime, anywhere, we’re excited to announce our latest online, self-paced course: LFS201 - Essentials of System Administration.
The Linux Foundation Certified SysAdmin and Engineer exams are proving to be more popular than we could have hoped! As a thank you to the community for such amazing support, and to increase opportunities for interested people to take an exam, we are launching a new Twitter program called #LFCertDay.
Apr. 8, 2014. IBM today celebrated the 50th anniversary of the mainframe computer. As part of this event, IBM is promoting three upcoming online courses that focus on building enterprise computing talent. One of these is the recently announced Intro to Linux course from the Linux Foundation, which starts August 1, 2014 and already has over 100,000 registrations. For more details, see the IBM website academic initiative page