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– What is Linux and why make the switch?
Linux is an open-source operating system, which means that the code used to build it is freely available. This allows independent developers and enthusiasts to find and eliminate security risks in near real time, as well as provide general improvements and create unique applications.
Linux is the most common operating system for devices worldwide, and is utilized by both network security experts and hackers to develop the Internet and turn profit. Despite these high-end uses, Linux is as user-friendly as any commercial operating system.
Furthermore, Linux was built with efficient use of resources in mind. Having a footprint many times smaller than Apple OSX or Microsoft Windows, installing Linux allows the full utilization of your computer’s power, instead of being bogged down with bloatware and ads. And with an open license, there is no third party dictating how your computer can be used. A thriving community of open-source developers provides software that meets – and often exceeds – the abilities of any Windows or Apple product currently used.
Whether you have never used Linux before or you are a “home” user, boot camp will help you to discover what Linux can do for you and for your career.
Six days over two weeks, three hours a day. Over these 18 intense hours, you will become a power user.
But this class isn’t just about the how, it’s about the why. From a basic secure network connection to building a business-strong server, this camp is about giving students the tools to do much more than could ever be covered in two weeks. This is about the future direction of your career.
– What is your goal?
Aspiration, inspiration, and perspiration equals innovation.
Tarvos is a group of individuals with a certain set of skills. Perhaps you are beyond the Boot Camp but have a singular need. Speak to our specialists to see if we have a solution for your need!
Contact us for our small group or One-on-One class schedules so we can help you achieve your goals. All of our classes are on Grand Island or the Northtowns of Buffalo, and accept special requests.
- Linux Poweruser
- Server virtualization
- Bash and shell scripting
- Remote Computing
- Coreboot & hardware hacking
- Raspberry Pi and custom electronics
- Basic Web design
- Word Processing, Spreadsheets, Graphics Editing, etc.
- Profitability as an IT contractor