[colug-432] Looking for ways to get actual production experience.
patrick.shuff at gmail.com
Mon Sep 8 10:25:06 EDT 2014
A pretty interesting website is TrueAbility (https://trueability.com) which
has several of challenges that you can take to help hone/test/measure your
linux skills. They set up virtual environments with *real systems* that
you ssh into and the challenges let configure/troubleshoot *real linux
services. *In the challenges I've done they've covered a large portion of
the general system admin-y things you will run into in day to day
operations. The challenges are actually pretty fun to do and they have a
job board to help you connect with companies looking for folks with your
set of abilities/skills!
An added bonus for you is that the website/challenges have the same look
and feel that you'll be using for your RHCSA next month.
Good luck! :)
On Mon, Sep 8, 2014 at 6:35 AM, Zach Villers <zachvatwork at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm testing for my first Red Hat cert in October (CSA.) I work FT as a
> project manager right now, but our company is going through a merger and I
> hope to be severanced out in the next six months or so. I feel pretty
> comfortable with basic admin stuff in just about any distro, but would like
> to be able to do a little part-time or freelance work while I continue to
> study. Does anybody have any advice on how I could get some experience
> outside of my own home lab?
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