Computerworld.NZ: Linux Trainers Urged to Cash In on 'Boom'
Oct 03, 2002, 11:30 (5 Talkback[s])
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"Training providers should be preparing themselves for an
upcoming Linux 'gold rush', says Auckland-based open source
proponent Igor Portugal.
"The comment comes as training provider Ames moves to provide
Linux courses for up to 800 students a year. It wants to cash in on
what it says is an impending 'boom'.
"Portugal, interim chairman of the New Zealand Open Source
Society, says many organisations are looking at using Linux as an
operating system, both at server and desktop level. But a lack of
Linux skills is hampering its take-up..."