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About Linux+ certification

 
Swapnil Sonawane
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Hi,

I am into the final year of my graduation in Computer Science. I am also looking at CompTIA Linux+ certification. I chose this certification exam because it is vendor neutral, so it better to start with. I have used Linux for a while. In fact, I developed an online judge system for programming contests using Linux as the platform. Also, I am familiar with some Linux commands. I have modified the source code of DC++ in Linux to connect to the hub without actually sharing files. I use it quite regularly. But still, I feel that I am not comfortable with many parts of the same. There are many things in the exam objectives that I am not aware of. Also, whatever I know is not sufficient to call myself a Linux professional. That's why I want to pursue this. I would like to ask about the books and the preparation methods. Which book is better and how to go about? How much time does it take to prepare? And also, what is the educational value and market value of Linux+ certification?
 
Theodore Casser
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I feel like a traitor of sorts sometimes when I suggest other boards, but you might check out TechExams.net's Linux+ forum for the answers to your questions - they seem to be decently active.
 
Swapnil Sonawane
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Thanks for your quick reply.
 
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