8 February 2023
The request was to train teams of software engineers in Linux, ensuring that their technology infrastructure and systems are maintained and up to date.
Linux is software that sits underneath other software on a computer, receiving requests from those programs and relaying these to the computer’s hardware. Linux has become a popular operating system for web servers because of its ability to support a high volume of users and multithreading applications.
Linux has backward compatibility, which means it is updated frequently to protect against security breaches and for functional patches, but it won’t change its modes of operation and thus configurations and shell scripts are likely to work unchanged.
In using Linux, teams of software engineers can maintain secure systems in the event of an attack. JBI Training provided a bespoke course and in-person learning. We supplied technology training that was designed by a trainer in collaboration with the client’s requirements. The delegates were taught the necessary skills that will keep them at the forefront of technology.
The In-depth training in Linux was supplied to teams of software engineers and run virtually over Zoom. The customised course covered the needs of the client by running exercises with real-life adaptations specific to the industry.
Some of the feedback
“I liked this course. The content was well structured, and the class was engaging.” - Rheni, Senior Software engineer
“Was very good, and flexible” - Jonathan, Software Engineer
“Well, I like that I am above fundamentals... Content was easy for me to understand, no issues following exercises, I understood all concepts and examples. Happy with the course” - Mellissa, Senior Systems Engineer
“Really enjoyed the course: Informative Engaged Good Format Good Documentation” - Patrick, Senior Systems Engineer
“Liked how the instructor took in feedback and integrated new tools that we suggested!” - Hunter, Software Engineer