“Linux users are known to be very committed, going beyond just a job. And those who participate in community projects additionally gain valuable soft skills and management experience. My own contributions led me through the stages LPI alumni and LPI staff member to a seat in LPI's Board of Directors. Working in the LPI team and communicating with interested parties is much fun, and I definitely grew with the tasks. Actually, my hobbyhorse silently became a second career path. So, voluntary work like this can be very rewarding. I'm sure personnel managers will appreciate it, too.”
--Torsten Scheck, Germany, Software Engineer, LPIC-1
“I'm a software developer who has spent the majority of his career writing programs for Windows systems. I gained my LPI Level 1 certification through self-study, and found that working through the vsyllabus was a superb way for me to really get to know the nuts and bolts of GNU/Linux. I would recommend the LPI certification to any developer who wants get up to speed quickly on GNU/Linux systems.”
-Dafydd Walters, United Kingdom, Sun Certified Java Developer and Microsoft Certified Solution Developer
“...When I first wanted to certify my Linux skills I chose LPIC because of its vendor-neutrality. I felt that the Exam Objectives were very well thought out and the exams were very challenging in a practical sense....”
--Rahim Virani, Canada, Dipl. CSP, LPIC-1, LPIC-2, Comptia A+
“... Working in a crowded IT market, I needed a tool to differentiate myself and make me more reliable to our customers who customarily required certifications in other operating systems. In addition, every time it became more difficult (for them) to find professionals with good Linux knowledge...."
--Pablo Pessagno, Argentina, LPIC-1