Linux Journal: Get Linux Certified & Get Ahead [Book Review]Mar 25, 2001, 14:48 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The tremendous growth of Linux has increased the demand for Linux professionals in the workplace. One factor a company might consider when filling such a spot is whether the candidate has a certification. Get Linux Certified & Get Ahead, written by Anne Martinez, guides readers through the process of obtaining Linux certification. According to its preface, this book provides "specific guidance on how to choose the right certification, earn it in an efficient and cost-effective way, and really put it to work as a career advancement tool". Consisting of fifteen chapters and three appendices filling just over 300 pages, this book does present quite a bit of information on the certification process."
"The book is divided into four broad sections: why get certified, how to get certified, how to use your certification to advance your career and a certification reference. The chapters that make up each of these sections contain illustrations, charts and web addresses."
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