Getting Started With Linux, Part 2 — Six Free and Easy Ways to Have Your Own Linux Server
Dec 1, 2014
When I teach Learning Tree’s Linux server administration course, I frequently find attendees who have taken the introductory Linux for users course and who are in the server course because they are about to be put in charge of running some critical servers, but they don’t have the needed skills. They’re just not ready to […]
Getting Started With Linux, Part 1 — Knowledge Versus Skill and Why You Have to Use It.
Nov 25, 2014
Teaching classes has taught me that you can get two very different things out of a Linux training course — knowledge and skill. Knowledge can be communicated efficiently and gained quickly. “Springfield is the capital of Illinois.” “Most system configuration is stored under /etc.” Skill, on the other hand, is something that you can’t directly […]