BSD Certification ? Why not?
Jeremy C. Reed
reed at reedmedia.net
Wed Dec 29 19:53:07 PST 2004
On Wed, 29 Dec 2004, Joshua Tinnin wrote:
> On Wednesday 29 December 2004 12:23 pm, pablo.delgado at lsi.mine.nu wrote:
> > Why not create a FreeBSD Certification Program. The community can
> > form an non profit or profit organization (which ever suites best)
> > and team (elected by the FreeBSD Foundation or the FreeBSD community,
> > which ever works best) to design, develop and manage a certification
> > program that will teach and test essential skills and knowledge
> > needed to manage, support or develop the FreeBSD environment.
> There is one at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Thanks for the link. It is always good to hear about *BSD classes being
I don't see anything about "certification" or evaluating skills there
other than it says complete the three stages and receive certification.
It just looks like normal FreeBSD classes like I have been teaching for
around four years (which also have a "certificate of course completion").
Except they say "eLearning" -- my classes are in a real classroom
environment. (We do hope to soon start providing *BSD training with video
soon ... starting with Apache Web Server Administration.)
> It's the only one I know of, and it's the only one officially approved
> by the FreeBSD team. As that is the case, I'm sure more people doing
> this would be welcome, but I don't speak for FreeBSD or what they might
> actually want to have happen.
Where can I find out more about being "officially approved by the
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