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ajt (2546)

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UK based. Perl, XML/HTTP, SAP, Debian hacker.

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Thursday October 14, 2004
08:45 AM

Training in FOSS Ecosystem

[ #21340 ]

We are a small IT team at work, and we need to beef-up our skills as we are vulnerable to single points of failure - me for example. I'm hoping to get RHCE training, and another colleague is looking for a quick overview of OpenSource technologies.

What I'm looking for, for him, is an overview course that includes Linux and the Linux environment, Perl, CGI, and Apache - your basic "LAMP" course really. Taking "The Learning Tree" in the UK as our base, I'm a bit worried that their courses seem a bit long/slow for what they cover, and in the end my colleague needs a broad skill set rather than a deep understanding of just one topic.

GB Direct seem to offer a nice set of training, as do IBM, but I have no idea as to the quality of them. On paper I think I prefer to send my colleague of to GB Direct rather than The Learning Tree, but that's just a gut feeling.

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