Linux World, Jaipur company job opening
Linux World,Linux Development & Training Center
LinuxWorld provides Educational & Techincal Supports in Linux & Open Source Technologies.Training the Corporate houses & students according to the industry demand on Linux technologies like RHCE, RHCSS, RHCA(Pioneer in India),System & Network Administration, Servers Administration, SELinux, Firewall Security, Programming with Qt, Perl, Python, PHP, MySQL, Java in Linux, Ethical Hacking etc. RedHat rewarded LinuxWorld as "The Most Promising Partner" First One who launched RHCSS (Red Hat Certified Security Specialist) & RHCA (Red Hat Certified Architect) in India.
LW is committed to nation building through extending its high end technical support services to MNC's and organisations. The Training Session organised by LinuxWorld will be headed by Mr. Vimal Daga and accompanied with other LinuxWorld’s Technical (team) members.
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About Mr. Vimal Daga:
Vimal Daga, Technical Head of LinuxWorld is the First RHCSS* Certified Faculty in India.
In public, Mr. Vimal Daga is well renowned as the
“ONE WHO GAVE BIRTH TO LINUX IN RAJASTHAN” i.e LINUX PIONEER OF RAJASTHAN
LinuxWorld – First Organization to launch Red Hat Certified Architect (‘RHCA’)* – a global certification. Mr. Vimal Daga, is the one to take the initiative and to lead his team to accomplish this objective of the organization.
"The First Candidate who passes out from
will be the public's 'First RHCA' from India"
- Red Hat OpenStack Platform
- Tech Tip: Really Simple HTTP Server with Python
- Stepping into Science
- Transitioning to Python 3
- Linux Journal December 2016
- CORSAIR's Carbide Air 740
- Custom checks and notifications for Nagios
- A Better Raspberry Pi Streaming Solution
- Radio Free Linux
- The Tiny Internet Project, Part II