A Sysadmin Takes the LPI Security Essentials Exam

27 February, 2023 - by Ricardo Prudenciato

Linux Professional Institute (LPI) officially launched its newest certificate, Security Essentials. As an official training partner, I had the opportunity to participate in the beta phase of the exam, and thus get to know it better and contribute my impressions.... Read more

A Linux Learner and Teacher: Hamdy Abou El Anein

10 January, 2023 - by Max Roveri

In Linux Professional Institute’s Share Your Voice series, individuals discuss how Linux and open source contribute to their personal and professional growth. Today we interview Hamdy Abou El Anein from Switzerland: Senior Linux System Engineer, writer, and fan and advocate for Linux and open source.... Read more

How Linux met my mother

15 November, 2022 - by LPI Editorial Team

Resistance to the new and unknown is part of human behavior. It is an evolutionary trait, which in general protects us against environmental hazards and at the same time prevents us from wasting energy unnecessarily.... Read more

The Developers Conference demonstrates how all technology events are FOSS events

27 September, 2022 - by Cesar Brod

For fifteen years, The Developers Conference has taken place in several locations in Brazil. Of course, during the Covid-19 outbreak, like several other conferences, TDC (as it is called by its participants), became a virtual event. Returning in August, 2022 to an in-person format in Sao Paulo, TDC Business Edition, was the biggest event yet. I had the honor to participate. ... Read more

How a GNU/Linux Distribution Succeeds, Part 1: Two Long-Lasting Examples

13 September, 2022 - by Andrew Oram

In the world of GNU/Linux distributions, many flourish like grass and then wither away. Despite many appealing elements, a lot of distributions lack staying power. But the ones that have been most successful share some key traits among their great diversity–I discovered that while researching this article.... Read more