Before we jump into all the new content, a quick reminder of some releases from last month. First, Windows Server for the Linux Academy Playground is waiting for you to jump in and spin up your own Windows Server to learn with. Along with that, our CompTIA Cyber Security Analyst+ Certification prep course was released last week as well. So, while looking through everything new this week, don’t forget to take a look at these awesome additions to Linux Academy.
We’ve been teasing you with content releases for this month, and I have three new courses to announce, one of which is a revamp of one I originally wrote for Linux Academy, and I have to say it has turned out amazingly. The course is the AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Professional Level, created by our training architect Adrian Contrill. This updated version of the AWS Certifed Solutions Architect – Professional Level course comes with interactive charts, instant hands-on labs, flashcards, lots of deep theory lessons, and a practice exam that he made harder than the actual exam to keep you on your toes and make sure you’re ready. All of this content is wrapped into a course that is over 51 hours long. The best part is that we know it works! Having had students already pass the exam using Adrian’s course.
So what else do we have for you this week?
- Compliance in the Cloud Fundamentals: A short but informative course all about compliance in the Cloud. This fundamentals course provides conceptual information that is useful to anyone who works in the cloud, no matter how much or how little they use it.
- Certified Information Systems Security Professional Certification: This prep-course is designed to help you study for and obtain the CISSP certification with labs, practice exams, and more.
Here at Linux Academy, we love to hear from you and reward you for your feedback, so we’ve created a new way to do so. We are starting the Tweet of the Week. How does it work? Simple, @linuxacademyCOM over on Twitter and give us some feedback about what you think about the weekly update, course announcement, or anything else to do with Linux Academy content. If we choose your tweet, then your Linux Academy account will be awarded gems that you can use to buy swag if you have a paid account, or purchase hands-on labs if you are using a Community Edition account.
That’s what we have for you this week. Make sure to tune in next week to learn about our Google content launches. You won’t want to miss them.
And, don’t forget our podcasts, which are 100% free for you to listen to and get your tech-talk fix for the week:
- Choose Linux — Linux Gaming Report and Purism Librem 15 : Jason explores the state of Steam gaming on 9 different Linux distributions. Find out how Fedora compares to Pop!_OS. Plus, first impressions of Purism’s brand new Librem 15 v4 laptop.
- Coder Radio — Rusty Stadia: We debate Rust’s role as a replacement for C, and share our take on the future of gaming with Google’s Stadia. We also talk about Objective-C’s return to grace, Mike’s big bet on .NET, and more!
- Linux Action News — Linux Action New 98: Is Linux gaming really being saved by Google’s Stadia platform? We discuss the details and possibilities; and good news for KDE Connect users — Intel begins work on next-generation open source video drivers, and much more.
- LINUX Unplugged — Tainted Love: Why we sometimes go too far with our Linux advocacy, a few humble strategies to switch people to Linux, and an update to the most important text editor in the world, the new distro causing controversy, and what is a tainted kernel.