Topic: CertificationLinux certification programs and related features.
O'Reilly Network articles about this topic:
OSDL's Linux Initiatives
OSDL is a somewhat vague entity in the minds of many in the Linux community. Beyond employing several top kernel hackers, the company spearheads several initiatives designed to improve the GNU/Linux operating system for use in business and industry. Here's what it's doing, what it's done, and why.
Brainbench and Linux Certification Roundup
Jeff Dean evaluates Brainbench as a certification company and recaps the Linux Certifications discussed in previous articles.
Linux Professional Institute Certification, Part II
Jeff Dean reviews LPI certification Exam 102 and relays his experience with Exam 101.
Sair Linux and GNU Certification
Jeff Dean explains the Linux Certification programs available from Sair Inc.
Linux Professional Institute Certification
As with any certification program, there's no substitute for experience. Jeff Dean looks at LPI's Exam 101.
The RHCE Experience
Considering the Red Hat Certified Engineer exam? Here's what to expect.
With IT professionals in high demand, is there any need for a Linux certification process? Of course there is, and our Linux Professional introduces us to the main ones.
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Certificate for Professional Development from the University of Illinois
O'Reilly has partnered with Useractive to provide a complete online learning environment. With the help of Useractive's Learning Sandbox technology, the O'Reilly Learning Lab gives you the tools, course materials, and coaching you need to ensure your online learning experience is productive. Certificate series include Linux/Unix System Administration, Web Programming, .NET Programming, and Client-Side Scripting. [Source: Useractive]