With almost 1/2 a year left in 2022, share what goals (professional, learning, personal) you want to accomplish in the later half of 2022!
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I want to learn Python and start contributing to the Fedora Project.
Can anyone share the difference between a Redhat Virtual Classroom and Virtual Training? I would like to take a couple courses for the RHCSA, but I'm not sure what the difference is between these two.
As far as I know one is virtual, led by an instructor (Virtual classroom, usually has also the abbreviation vILT somewhere) and the other one is a self paced learning path (virtual training). Do you have a link to share? I am happy to have a closer look.
Yes, Julia is correct, the Instructor led virtual classes should have vILT in the title and will have classes that you can sign up for.
Hey! I finally got around to paying for the RHCSA. My original deadline was back in December 2021, but I'm shooting for October this year. I've gotten some time to get more into the Red Hat portals so I found this forum which is awesome. Was planning to have my Bachelor's done by the end of the year as well, but that may be a little unrealistic.
I am planning to pass at least one exam (RH124 / RH134)
I'm working on a ton of CompTIA and AWS certs this year. My goal is to get all the certs in the WGU Cloud Computing AWS track prior to starting the program next year. After I get my degree, I'm going for the RCA. I do all of my training on Cloud Academy, ACloudGuru, LinkedinLearning and Oreilly
I've already got RHCSA & PenTest+ & Cloud+ this year and am moving on to the other side and starting from the bottom with the AWS Cloud Practitioner. (I used to work for AWS...this'll be a quickie)
RHCSA,PenTest+, Cloud+, AWS Cloud Practitioner, AWS SA-A, AWS SOA-A
So far this year. Going for AWS DAV-01 before 2023 starts.
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