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UNIX and Linux Training Programs

UNIX and Linux Training Programs

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SYS-ED provides industry standard and tailored UNIX- and Linux- variant training programs. A base program duration can be extended with optional courses. The training programs utilize the full complement of training medium: distance-learning, web-based, and technology driven classrooms.

Effective training and return on investment is directly related to the selection of subject matter, examples, and exercises specific to the client organization. A UNIX- or Linux- variant training program also can include interrelated subject matter from the course search engine. At the client's discretion, validation assessment, checklist of completed assignments, and final examination can be utilized.

UNIX and Linux Training Programs

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UNIX- and Linux- variants:
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UNIX and Linux
Solaris - UNIX
Linux-variant by Function

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Teaching Models

Why SYS-ED for UNIX and Linux Training Programs


UNIX and Linux Fundamentals 10 days
UNIX Operations and Network Administration - Solaris 12 days
UNIX and Linux Scripting and Programming 16 days
UNIX Application Development 17 days
Red Hat Linux 12 days
SUSE Linux 11 days
Ubuntu Linux 12 days

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SYS-ED's websites compile, organize, and present software specific and established operational categorizations of information technology. They provide a framework for assessing knowledge transfer: web-based training, classroom instruction, technology updates, courseware, training aids, learning paths, and validation assessment.


Footnote 1:

David Silverberg and David Shapiro were both among the first wave of technologist and programmers who evaluated the UNIX operating system and designed and coded C programs. Dave Silverberg was coding programs and reviewing source code and later taught classes at Bell Laboratories. David Shapiro, in conjunction with classmates at Union College and Cornell University, became familiar with the capabilities and long term potential of low level programming languages and early versions of both UNIX and BASIC.

Footnote 2:

SYS-EDís core UNIX and Linux curriculum has been submitted to the New York State Department of Education - Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision for review.