TransTech Social and Linux Foundation Training & Certification Partner to Award Technology Training Scholarships

Were proud to announce that we are partnering with TransTech Social Enterprises an incubator for LGBTQ talent with a focus on economically empowering the T transgender people to provide scholarships to promising individuals to help them get started working with open source software.

TransTech will award 50 scholarships per quarter to deserving individuals with Linux Foundation Training amp Certification providing each of these recipients with a voucher to register for any Linux Foundation eLearning course and certification exam at no charge such as the Linux Foundation Certified IT Associate Certified Kubernetes Administrator Open.js Node.js Certified Application Developer and more.

Linux Foundation Training amp Certification offers dozens of training courses and certification exams around open source technologies that serve as the infrastructure for the modern world. From Linux which powers all the worlds supercomputers and the vast majority of mobile phones and the internet itself to Node.js which is one of the most popular frameworks for developing web applications to Kubernetes which has become essential to anyone working with cloud systems learning these technologies can open countless doors to lucrative career opportunities.


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