Role of Training and Certification at the Linux Foundation

Open source allows anyone to dip their toes in the code read up on the documentation and learn everything on their own. Thats how most of us did it but thats just the first step. Those who want to have successful careers in building maintaining and managing IT infrastructures of companies need more structured hands-on learning with real-life experience. Thats where Linux Foundations Training and Certification unit enters the picture. It helps not only greenhorn developers but also members of the ecosystem who seek highly trained and certified engineers to manage their infrastructure. Swapnil Bhartiya sat down with Clyde Seepersad SVP and GM of Training and Certification at the Linux Foundation to learn more about the Foundations efforts to create a generation of qualified professionals.

Swapnil Bhartiya Can you tell us a bit about what is the primary goal of Training and Certification at the Linux Foundation.

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