Linux development and certifications are getting popularity all over the world.

Getting your certification in a specialized area such as Linux can really help to promote your skillsets, provide better job opportunities and provide recognition.

There are two main “Linux Focused” Certifications providers for Linux based certifications and training. Both these providers are both well respected and have been in the industry for a lengthy time.

Sometimes newbie developers can’t decide which organization to sit an exam with so we hope this guide can help.

In this article, we present the main differences between Linux Foundation and the Linux Professional…


This post is one in a series from TechCommanders for the Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator (LFCS) and the Linux Foundation Certified Engineer (LFCE) exam preparation series.

Linux is not considered a platform where most rising developers create innovative technologies. That of course has really changed and there is a wealth of resources available now.

Being a Linux developer or engineer, it is easy to learn multiple tasks with hands-on experience.

However not always it is easy to remember all of those commands along with their shortcuts.

In this guide, we’ll show you how to Login to local and remote graphical and text mode consoles.

About the Exam.

The exam information is here for both the Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator (LFCS) and the Linux Foundation Certified…


This post is one in a series from TechCommanders for the Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator (LFCS) and the Linux Foundation Certified Engineer (LFCE) exam preparation series.

Linux is an interesting platform for developers who have a knack of it. Linux has its own diverse environment where most operations are performed quickly via the command line editor. All files within the Linux environment are arranged in a big tree called the file hierarchy normally displayed as” / “. these can be spread out over multiple devices.

About the Exam.

Exam information is here for both the Linux Foundation Certified System…


The pandemic created a large shift in people working remotely or creating online side hustles. It also led to the explosion in popularity to the online video conferencing app Zoom.

When you combine the two, you get amazing side hustle opportunities that you can do from anywhere in the world. Read on for ten side hustles that you can do over Zoom.

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Webinars are online video conferences where you can teach or present information which is often meant to upsell into a product or service you provide.

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Over the past couple of years, Linux has gained popularity worldwide.

People from all backgrounds like Windows and macOS have been trying Linux and liking it.

Linux is used in so many devices these days that it is difficult to keep a track of them. For example, all the android powered devices basically have a Linux OS running at their kernel level.

Why should I go for Linux Certifications?

With the wide popularity of Linux, companies are looking for professionals having Linux skills A number of certifications and are recommended by companies as an added skill for the posts of system admins, DevOps engineers and data administrators.


Linux is everywhere, getting certified is becoming very critical for IT pros. Lets find out more about one the most popular Linux certifications.

These days, almost all prominent IT jobs like system admin, network engineers, cloud app developers must be proficient of Linux platform and system apps.

Why take the Linux Foundation Certified Engineer exam?

Exam information is here for both the Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator (LFCS) and the Linux Foundation Certified Engineer (LFCE).

Please note that this post is focusing on the Linux Foundation Certified Engineer (LFCE) how both exams have a good amount of redundancy in content and objectives.

So effectively learning objectives for one…


Perhaps one of the hottest certifications in 2021 will be the Google Cloud Digital Leader Certification. The Google Cloud Digital Leader Exam was released last month after completing its beta process.

The interest in this certification is clear and finally, Google Cloud has a completive certification to AWS’s Cloud Practitioner Exam.

I had taken the beta exam in May and received my certificate of passing.

The main goal I understand of this certification is to focus on transforming your enterprise environment from a legacy or Web 2.0 deployment to more of a Cloud Native environment on GCP. Effectively, its about…


Request for Proposal’s (RFP’s) are generally not one of the more enjoyable exercises for technical engineers.

RFPs can be very challenging to respond to and for that matter propose a solution mainly due to the format they are solicited.

Generally, these RFP’s are made publicly available and effectively posted on different websites.

Another factor I have found can come into play especially with Cloud based proposals is that soliciting organization does not actually understand what the cloud is and for that matter what types of services and data are a good fit.

The biggest challenge for a technical engineer, pre-sales…


The Google Cloud Digital Leader Certification is Google’s newest certification at the time of writing. I am really excited by this certification since the certification brings Google to the same table as AWS/Azure when it comes to entry level certifications.

I took the beta exam in May 2021 and had 100 questions on the exam. The great part for you is that the beta exam is over and now the production exam will have a lot less questions.

The questions seemed to be very similar to how questions would be asked on the Google Cloud Architect Exam. Google loves to…


This is one of the numerous posts by TechCommanders in a series for studying for the Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) and Certified Kubernetes Application Developer CKAD Exams.

Become a Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA)!

What is a Pod?

Pods are the smallest deployable units of computing that you can create and manage in Kubernetes.

Basically, a pod is a group of one or more containers with shared storage and network resources and a specification for how to run the containers.

Figure 1 Shoes an overall layout of a Kubernetes deployment

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