Julita Inca Chiroque: BacktrackAcademy is going to offer an online course using FEDORA and GNOME

Thanks to BacktrackAcademy, newcomers and enthusiasts can learn more about the basics of Linux Administration. I am in charge of teaching an online course called Introduction to GNU/Linux in the platform that BacktrackAcademy offers. The course is going to be released into two weeks, and of course, the Operating System that I use is Fedora 25 and the user friendly Desktop: GNOME 3.22.

This new course, and other courses like it, can only be available for free to everyone if we have a great demand. Please help me share it! So far we have 380 shares – let’s keep going!

This is an introductory course that will show you how to handle files, directories, users, groups, resources, processes and some services since the very beginning. We are going to start by installing Fedora 25 and GNOME 3.22 on VBox. You’ll also get to learn a brief history of Linux and the importance of learning about these projects!

I’d like to thank USIL University for their support, and give a special thanks to Director Ana Ramirez, who was one of the first professors in Lima, Peru to have trusted in my knowledge and who has supported me since 2013. All the experience that I gained since then, by teaching Linux at USIL, has been priceless and has allowed me to participate and give back to my community through this new online adventure.

Filed under: FEDORA, GNOME Tagged: Ana Ramirez, backtrackacademy, fedora, FEDORA 25, GNOME, GNOME 3.22, Julita Inca, Julita Inca Chiroque, Linux online, Perú, USIL


Source From: fedoraplanet.org.
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