This season’s spirit of giving fits right in with the Linux and open source philosophy. Whether you’re paying it forward in line for coffee, volunteering at a local food bank, or contributing to an open source project in your spare time, giving back to the community is what it’s all about.
In keeping with that tradition, the Linux Foundation is offering a special Cyber Monday deal on training and certification to help you build your job skills or transition to a new career.
This week only, you can sign up for training and certification as a Linux system administrator for a special rate of $179 (regularly $499)! This special deal includes:
1 year of access to LFS201 Essentials of System Administration. This course will teach you everything you need to know to get certified as a professional system administrator.
1 attempt at the Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator Exam (with a free retake).
1 awesome Tux T-shirt to commemorate your participation in this sale.
Linux skills are in high demand, and training from the Linux Foundation can help you get those skills. The Linux Certification Program provides performance-based exams created with feedback from the community, so they are always up-to-date and relevant. Additionally, you can choose from online, classroom, and on-site Linux training offerings, to make sure the training will fit into your busy schedule.
This special offer ends Friday, December 4 at midnight Pacific. Sign up now and start enjoying the season of giving.
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