[ILUG] Got My First Linux Book
Austin.Tanney at arragen.com
Thu Apr 22 08:56:09 IST 2004
> Well, not having sat the course, I can't speak for it's
> quality. TBH I'm not a
> huge fan of training courses. I've been through a few of them
> in my time, and
> for them to be worthwhile, I feel they need to be a good
> match to you i.e. to
> push you a little and also, they need to be taught by a good
> teacher, who
> knows the subject. I've had some excellent training courses,
> but I've wasted
> my time on some rather crap courses too. And sadly, you can't
> really tell the
> difference until after the course.
I know what you mean, but on this occasion I've heard from a good
few people that the Red Hat courses are good. Also, as a complete
Linux novice (and I mean COMPLETE novice) I really need some kind
of formal course as I'm the only person in our company who is
responsible for looking after our Linux server, which is a key part
of our operation.
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