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[News] Buisness and Economy Formed Around Linux and Free Software

  • Subject: [News] Buisness and Economy Formed Around Linux and Free Software
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 22 Nov 2007 02:51:40 +0000
  • Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.advocacy
  • Organization: Netscape / schestowitz.com
  • User-agent: KNode/0.10.4
LinuxCertified Announces its Linux System and Network Administration BootCamp

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| This workshop is designed for busy information technology professionals and 
| is designed to cover the most important Linux administration areas. 


Database training now an Open Query

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| Open Query mostly offers MySQL training and consulting, and offers open 
| source business and community strategy advice, but that is more a "secondary 
| activity"  



Linux lowdown

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| Many programs have sprung up to meet growing interest in using Linux 
| certification to validate technical skills. 


Linux Professional Institute Announces New Training Partners around the World 

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| Alain Abreo of Net Security Solutions in Colombia emphasized the 
| importance of LPI certification as part of an overall training 
| strategy: "Open Source and Linux are of increasing importance 
| within the corporate sector in Colombia and there is a real 
| necessity for these companies to have trained professionals. 
| Our alliance with LPI is an important opportunity as it will 
| demonstrate that Colombians have skills and knowledge in Linux 
| which meets world-wide standards."


Canonical and NT+C Südwest GmbH Partner to Deliver Ubuntu Certified
Professional Training in Germany

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| "The uptake of Linux in Germany has increased dramatically over the 
| past two years. Canonical produces the fastest growing and most
| popular Linux distribution, partnering with them is of great
| importance not only to us, but to German businesses," added Hugo
| Schröer, CEO at NT+C Südwest GmbH.


SA's first Linux training academy

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| In conclusion Le Roux said that, as well as providing a way for 
| Linux orientated companies to gain cost effective Linux 
| administrators, the academy can also be a "golden opportunity 
| for non Linux technical service companies to move into the open 
| source arena without spending an arm and a leg".


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