CompTIA Announces Linux+ Update

Discussion in 'News' started by SimonV, Jun 17, 2004.

  1. SimonV
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    SimonV Petabyte Poster Gold Member

    <img border="0" src="../logos/comptia.gif" align="right"><font size="3">CompTIA Announces Linux+ Update</font>

    This one is a little late, sorry.

    The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) announced that it will be updating its entry-level, vendor-neutral Linux+ credential, releasing the new exam by "late 2004."

    CompTIA characterises the upcoming exam as a "major" upgrade. Detailed objectives for the new exam can be found here.

    CompTIA Linux+ Certification Program Manager Yvonne Keith told that changes were based on feedback from subject matter experts, who recommended adding significant security material as well as a documentation section, and de-emphasizing hardware. "We also tried to focus the hardware better...toward Linux," she commented.
    Certifications: MOS Master 2003, CompTIA A+, MCSA:M, MCSE
    WIP: Keeping CF Alive...


    1. Phoenix
      definatly a positive move, the L+ exam had become rather obsolete and pointless, this update will serve to put it back as a foremost neutral linux exam along with the LPI exams
      I am studying for the LPI exams at present along with my MCSE2003 and will add L+ to my agenda if i find the update to be significantly worthwhile :)
    2. tripwire45
      Oh great! :x I was saving this one for early next year.

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