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Simone “Simo” Bertull: LPI’s Certifications - What Is Your Path?

27 January, 2022 - by Simone Bertulli

In this post I will do something different from the previous ones: I will be matching the LPI’s certifications panel with specific job descriptions and career paths. LPI offers technical certifications for every level of training and on different subjects. Each certification aims at a specific objective and groups together topics that best prepare people with the skills they need to apply the technology at work.... Read more

The People Behind the Learning Portal: Luciano Siqueira

21 January, 2022 - by Max Roveri

Linux Professional Institute (LPI) launched the Learning Portal in June 2019. The Learning Portal is the repository of all the Learning Materials for our exams. The whole project is managed by Dr. Markus Wirtz, Manager Learning Materials at LPI. We designed it as an international endeavour - learning is easier in your mother tongue!... Read more

How to Handle Vulnerabilities in Third-Party Programming Libraries

13 January, 2022 - by Andrew Oram

Almost all software calls multiple layers of third-party libraries. Suppose, for instance, that a Java program invokes a function from a standard library to format a date. That function might in turn call a function from another library that understands the calendar. And that function calls another, and so on.... Read more

LPI Shares Plans and Services with Asia-Pacific Partners

11 January, 2022 - by Jose Jolly Villaviza

It is great to see partners of the Linux Professional Institute (LPI) getting together and sharing ideas with LPI. This article reports the major topics of the first Asia-Pacific APAC Partner Meeting, which took place on November 19, 2021. LPI partners and potential partners gathered virtually to be oriented or re-oriented about the benefits and responsibilities that partners and LPI have toward each other.... Read more

The Opening World: An Open Anniversary Review, Part 1

17 December, 2021 - by Andrew Oram

Walls holding back information sharing and participatory decision-making have been breaking down over the past few decades. Many readers will question this claim, basing their fears on recent developments in politics, disinformation, and social disintegration. But I hold on to my conviction that our world is getting more open, and I'll examine where it's going in this two-part article.... Read more