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The Linux Foundation today announced the Linux Foundation Training Program, which will kick off with courses taught at the Linux Foundation’s Annual Collaboration Summit April 8 - 10, 2009 in San Francisco.
The Akademy 2013 Program Committee is proud to present the Akademy 2013 Presentation Schedule. Reflecting the scope of KDE, the schedule includes a wealth of interesting, timely and valuable topics. From the proposals submitted, 32 were selected to address currently relevant topics of most interest to the KDE Community.
A little less than a year ago, the Linux Foundation launched a program to provide a variety of training opportunities for Linux professionals. Just a few months later, the Foundation moved the program online, offering web-based sessions of select courses to reach a wider audience. On Tuesday, they took it one step further, announcing the free — as in beer — Linux Training Webinar Series.
The schedule has been posted for BSDCan, a technical BSD conference held in Ottawa, Canada. This year it is on 17-18 May 2013 (Fri/Sat) at University of Ottawa. It will be preceded by two days of Tutorials on 15-16 May 2013 (Wed/Thu).
Linux training has changed a lot in the last 10 years. I have put together a summary of the training options and styles we have provided over that period of time. Many things have changed of course and now with as little as 3% of computer users running Linux on a regular basis, training is really in an infant state. The question is: “Where is Linux training headed?”
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The first day of a Linux training situation sets the tone for the rest of the class. With on-site Linux training this is especially important as you are working with people face to face and you need to demonstrate Linux content as well as the ability to communicate.
The Linux Foundation put a release this AM announcing a new Linux Training Program. My first reaction was 'Is the Linux Foundation now going to compete against the Linux Professional Institute (LPI) and their Linux certifications?