Take Linux Foundation Certification Exams from Anywhere

2018 has seen a new wave of popularity for the open source community and it has sparked more interest in potential engineers, system administrators, and Linux experts.

2019 is around the corner and now is a good time to look up Linux certification examinations that will enable you to progress in your career.

The good news we have for you is that the Linux Foundation has made certification examinations available online so that IT enthusiasts can get certificates in a wide range of open source domains.

The examinations you can take include Linux Foundation Certified SysAdmin (LFCS)Linux Foundation Certified Engineer (LFCE), Certified OpenStack Administrator (COA), Certified Kubernetes Application Developer (CKAD), Microsoft Linux on Azure MCSA, and Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA).

We at Tecmint.com have put together 32 articles covering the topics required in LFCS and LFCE exams and reviewed them taking into consideration the many comments we have received over the last 3+ years.

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If you know how important these examinations are then you know that this update is bound to change the lives of people anywhere in the world. A good example is Maja Kraljič, a Slovenian web developer who works for the Association for Progressive Communications. He lives in Berlin where getting a location to take such certification exams can be difficult.

Here is what he had to say about the online certification exams:

While I was doing my LFCS and LFCE certifications I was living in Slovenia and there were no testing centers available in the city I lived in,” she told Channel Futures. “I wanted to gain more knowledge about Linux – as I was using Ubuntu – and wanted to know more how it works. I also wanted to teach others about Linux on workshops and having a certification from Linux Foundation for sure looks good on the CV.

We offer resourceful links to speed up the process of getting certified as a sysadmin, engineer, developer, etc. all over the website – what do you think about this one? And how much good do you think it will do in making the world more tech-savvy?

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Divine Okoi is a cybersecurity postgrad with a passion for the open-source community. With 700+ articles covering different topics in IT, you can always trust him to inform you about the coolest tech.

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