[lpi-discuss] Certification: Is It Right For An Open-Source World?
write2fahad at yahoo.com
Tue Nov 9 13:41:10 EST 2004
Agreed with Mr Sewell, would like to add something, I
would like to be very specific here and would mention
some of the benefits of vendor neutral certification
for Linux like LPI.
A certification for Linux would not only prove be a
good marketing tool for Linux but would also create
Decision makers in organization associate great
importance to certifications, increasing number of
Linux certified professional would ensure that Linux
is emerging as a viable option.
It would be very beneficial for students who wants to
learn Linux as this would give them a learning path
giving them a clear picture so as to where to start
from if they want to learn Linux.
Linux Certification would also help contradict the no
support argument by Linux competitors. The more
certified people in Linux would ensure better support
for the product. .
I have been actively involved in promoting Linux by
holding seminars, presentation, providing training and
business solution on small levels as I do believe in
this product and reasons to have a certification for
Linux are too many to mention.
New Horizons Computer Learning Center Dubai.
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