Linux Foundation launches Training Program for Linux specialists27th March 2009
The Linux Foundation (LF), a non-profit organization which promotes the GNU/Linux OS, announced its intending to launch a training program for developments under Linux.
The new initiative is called Linux Foundation Training Program. It will be announced at the LF Annual Collaboration Summit, which will be held since April 8-10 in San Francisco (USA). They say, that the foundation chose this very hard time in order to prepare the whole generation of Linux-specialists, who are sure to enjoy greatest demand in the nearest future.
The point is that the increasing number of Linux-installations requires more new educated employees specializing in everything that relates to Linux.
Linux Foundation Training Program involves direct participation of the LF Technical Advisory Board, which includes a number of leading Linux-developers.
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