A Career in Linux is What You Should Be Pursuing In 2014

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3 Responses

  1. Arjun says:

    The combination of PLSQL and linux/unix is best suited in the IT industry as m a job seeker will learing Linux system admin with shell scripting help my oppourtunities in carrer as am planing to learn LINUX

  2. Dan says:

    There is still uncertainty about how beginners can overcome the classic “Experience Required ” hurdle.

    I have an Associates in Cyber Security and it’s not getting me anywhere in the job market. I really can’t blame employers, because IMO many colleges are just awful at teaching technology. It’s really just a prep-program for CompTIA. This is fine if you want those certs, but I think it creates a missed opportunity to give students practical hands-on experience. Basically, students have to sit through dull PowerPoints and turn it papers or answer chapter questions. I had 2 Firewall classes doing essay homework, but not once did I ever configure a Firewall. There is a huge disconnect between college and the Real World and grads are stuck trying to figure out how to fill this knowledge gap.

  3. Anuj says:

    This is very useful information shared here. Thank you for sharing it.

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