[lpi-discuss] IBM Developer Works update plans for LPI tutorials
jeremyhooks at googlemail.com
Sat Aug 8 09:36:40 EDT 2009
It's great to hear that you're updating them Ian. I bought a book for my LPIC-1
exams, but I couldn't find any books for the new LPIC-2 so I tried the
(in conjunction with the change summary). They were some use, but a lot of the
materials pre-date the 2006 objectives, let alone the new 2009 objectives.
2009/8/7 Ian Shields <ishields at us.ibm.com>:
> What's happening with IBM developerWorks LPI tutorials
> - We have just started updating the LPIC-1 material.
> - We are looking at using a shorter article format with an article covering
> a single objective and several articles for each topic. We hope this format
> will make the material more useful to a wider audience, as well as make each
> piece easier to produce.
> - PDFs will still be available for off-line use
> - Registration will no longer be required.
> - Our priority is to get our LPIC-1 materials current
> - Information about the articles that make up the material for each level
> will be on the tabs at our LPI landing page
> - There is a link for an RSS feed for LPI tutorials in the right navigation
> area on the LPI landing page. We will update it soon to include the new
> articles as they become available. You can also build a custom RSS, Atom or
> HTML feed (http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/views/rss/customfeed.jsp) for
> developerWorks content that interests you. For LPI material, Check 'Linux'
> for the Zone, both 'Articles' and 'Tutorials' for the type, and enter 'Linux
> Professional Institute' for the keywords, then choose your preferred feed
> We welcome comments or suggestions. You can contact me at the address below.
> Ian Shields Ph.D.
> Linux Technologist, ISV & Developer Relations
> IBM Corp
> Research Triangle Park, NC
> ishields at us.ibm.com
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