The Red Hat Learning Community has reached 25,000 members - To celebrate this milestone we are kicking off a 25K Member Contest!
How to enter: Each action completed below is equivalent to one (1) contest entry. The more actions completed, the more chances you have to win.
3 winners will be randomly selected to win one (1) $50 Visa Gift Card and receive an RHLC member feature for 30 days! Read the contest rules, terms and conditions here.
Thank you again to the entire Red Hat Learning Community for fostering open source skill adoption and the growth of this community.
This contest will close on February 28, 2020.
With opensouce all options are open so means we can do/see as much we want and secure our environment as per our customer's requirement with closed source nothing to do just we pay, pay for licenses and getting not what are the expectations.. in short no replacement for opensource currently and will never be :-)
I Love Open source/Linux , it provides a lot of opertunaties for people to get involved in tech
open source helps incrementally build a better product
I knew the contest is over now.
"Contest of opensource is never over, the more we learn and invent is because of opensource community products and developments. "
My Name is Ramon Munizcresp and This is my fourth semester at FTCC, I’m still ready to learn new and different things such as RedHat which is something that's extremely interesting. My hobbies that I most enjoyed is playing video games and love watching sci fi movie to include reading medieval history. During this semester I’m going to work very hard. I hope to have the opportunity to work with RedHat in the future !!!
If you want to work with Red Hat in the future, the ball is in your court! The more you learn, the more you add to your knowledge base, which equals more value you have to offer to some organization in the practical world. Learn the material well enough to become Red Hat certified, and you'll definitely put yourself in a position to achieve what you're hoping for. Those Red Hat certifications equate to the experience that many organizations are seeking.
Much success to you on your journey!
Hello my name is Thelma. I'm a student at Fayetteville Technical Community College studying Networking and PC Service and Support. Looking forward to learning all I can and meeting others.
Hello Thelma. Happy 2021!
If you hangout in this community, you're definitely going to give yourself an opportunity to learn.
Hope you have a great Spring 2021 semester!
I love open source software because it allows people to voice options to help others. It help great minds come together, also a way for networking and meet new people.
A collaborative learning environment, enabling open source skill development.