Canonical Creates Independent Professional Ubuntu Certification

With the release of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, Canonical is rolling out their brand new “Ubuntu Certified Professional Certification.” And it’s kind of a big deal, especially when this shows that Ubuntu is gaining traction and adoption. Here’s the full details…

The 100% Ubuntu-focused training and exam for certification comes quite simply from the demand or it. According to Ubuntu’s press release:

“The Ubuntu Certified Professional course was previously attached to the Linux Professional Institute’s LPIC-1 programme, with students required to complete LPI plus Canonical exams in order to become certified. Over its four year lifespan the certification has proven to be popular with many students, and there was consistent demand for an ‘Ubuntu-only’ certification with examination specific to the distribution. Hence, the decision by Canonical to certify the course itself.”

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