Certificação Linux is an Edutech founded in 2005 that provides distance training in OpenSource technologies, especially focused on LPI, CompTIA, RedHat and Linux Foundation certifications.
Its founder, Prof. Uirá Ribeiro, holds a degree in Data Processing and a Master in Distributed Systems. He has 10 books published and has been teaching Linux classes for 15 years, with more than 9,000 certified students, with 93% approval.
His teaching method combines Online Course+Book with various didactic resources that combine flashcards, mind maps, crossword puzzles, simulates, real labs and multimedia book connected on a Linux terminal.
We have everything a professional needs to move up a career quickly. Our books and courses are easy to learn, with untouchable didactics and multimedia features that amplify cognitive absorption making learning easier.
At Dion Training Solutions, we exist to serve our students throughout their cybersecurity, information technology service management, and project management careers. Whether you are just get started in your career or are a seasoned veteran, we have the training you need in order to earn that next certification you need for a new position, or the continuing educational courses needed to maintain your current certifications. Either way, Dion Training is here to support your career goals.
Luca D’Addeo has more than 15 years of experience as an ICT consultant as well as five years of experience as a freelance Digital Marketing consultant.
Luca possesses a breadth of knowledge within the fields of marketing and communication, digital transformations, cloud computing, web development and general programming. He also possesses experience with DevOps methodologies and project management.
Luca is a proponent of Free and Open Source software such as Linux and he runs a Linux User Group (LUG) in Novara, Italy. He is also the founder of a free e-learning platform that specializes in Linux training.
Luciano Antonio Siqueira holds a degree in Applied and Computational Mathematics from the University of São Paulo (USP, the major institution of higher learning and research in Brazil) and in Psychology from Universidade Estadual Paulista (Unesp, one of the largest and most important Brazilian universities). He works as an author and developer in Free Software, has published several books in the area and has already taught Linux Certification courses in Brazil, Uruguay, Colombia and Jamaica.
Marco Colombo graduated in Telecommunication Engineering at the Polytechnic University of Milan and has been dealing with network administration and IT service management for more than ten years. He holds some important IT certifications including ITIL Foundation, PRINCE2 Foundation and LPIC-1. He is also a trainer, a writer and the author of the Linux workbook “LPIC-1 101-500 Practice Exams” which was designed to help students, enthusiasts and experts improve their Linux skills and test their knowledge before taking the real LPI 101 exam.
Mynavi Publishing Co., Ltd, publishes books on a wide range of subjects such as the modern cutting-edge field of Information Technology, topics covering daily life and works of fiction. Mynavi Publishing Co., Ltd, formed in October of 2015 as a division of Mynavi Co., Ltd., aims to be a new type of publisher with a strong emphasis on digital distribution.
Rheinwerk Verlag is Germany’s leading specialist publisher of digital-related content.
Since its establishment in 1999 (then called Galileo Press), Rheinwerk has excelled at producing beautifully crafted, high-quality books. Whether in the field of computing, design, or photography; whether you are starting your career, have years of experience under your belt, or just want to keep pace with digital developments, Rheinwerk has books for beginners and experts, students and young professionals, creative minds and those who are hungry to learn.
Rheinwerk’s comprehensive range of Linux books is particularly impressive. In addition to the Linux Handbook by Michael Kofler — considered a standard reference work by Linuxers — Rheinwerk has published books on all the most important Linux distributions and books that can be used to prepare for LPIC exams. The Bonn-based publishing house also began organising specialist conferences in 2019 and is set to host Germany’s first Kotlin conference in March 2020.