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Free (as in Free Beer) GNU/LINUX certifications for FISL15 participants!

30 de Abril de 2014, 16:23 , por Bruno Buys - | Ninguém está seguindo este artigo ainda.
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One more amazing news for FISL's 15th birthday: in this edition all participants will be entitled to a free CLO Certification (Certified Linux Operator), in a partnership with Latinux. That's right, no typos here: if you still don't have a certification for your free knowledge, you have a unique opportunity to obtain it.

The exams will be carried after the event, in an initiative from cluster Latinux that will help you obtain credibility as a professional in IT and open technologies.

The Junior Linux Operator (JLO) bestows the following skills to the carrier:

* Managing users in a GNU/Linux server.

* Starting and stoping services from the console in a GNU/Linux server.

* Install workstations with GNU/Linux.

* Editing conf files.

* Installing, updating and removing applications in a workstation.

* Following instructions for more complex maintenance of a server with GNU/Linux given by a CLA (Certified Linux Administrator), CLNA (Certified Linux Network Administrator) or CLSA (Certified Linux Security Administrator).

During FISL, there will be a presentation about Latinux and their certifications (date and time yet to be confirmed). The exams will be carried on after FISL, up to 30 days after the event.

Cluster Latinux was born during Linuxweek'99 (Caracas, Venezuela), through engineer Ricardo Strusberg Velasco, aiming to create a network of companies, educational organizations and consultors specialized in solutions based in free technologies.

During VII FISL, in 2006, companies from Brazil, United States, Puerto Rico and Venezuela, signed a cooperation agreement that formally created Cluster Latinux as an international consortium. The agreement was a result of negotiations started in Linux World Expo 2006, in Boston, United States and in Lacfree, 2005, in Recife, Brazil, having as a model the alliance that ocurred in Linuxweek'99, but, as in various other points in the history of Free Software, choosing FISL as the stage for its oficialization.

Know more about Latinux.

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