The Red Hat Learning Community is built to connect open source practitioners as they upskill and use open source technology - what would you like to see in this community to help foster a deeper connection between members and enhance the community experience?
This could be resources, features, enhancements, events, etc.
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I think this community would benefit from a broader marketing to it. I never used it until I got the banner on IDP...
I would like to see monthly meetups for various technologies/products, such as Ansible and OpenShift. The meetup could have the format of a presentation by a SME, or an Office Hours format whereby attendees can bring specific questions and concerns.
I'm super excited with the learning content added to Red Hat partners portals, I'm cool with the OpenShift content which contributes to one getting certified on the various technologies, I'd appreciate if you added the PDF's for Red Hat Online Learning and yes! more courses, currently working on becoming a Red Hat Certified Architect
I think what most would like to see in a Learning community would be with well defined steps for the learning path. It can deliver the certification paths, learning materials, troubleshooting steps, lab exercises, frequently occurring issues details without judgement or make rude comments. If you have nothing nice to say just don't say it.
I don't have much to add in terms of commenting on what to improve. Having seen that, whenever I have any doubts, I immediately consult the community.
Red Hat exam study groups
I would like to to learn or see more on what I'm learning for.
I would like to see discussions on how rhel is different from other OS currently in the market. Also useful features which are being least used should be high-lighted on discussion platform and how we can have a robust OS in regard to security features.
Red Hat Learning Community is a network of users and developers that comes together for discussion and resolving issues related to different products of Redhat.
a). More technical assistance to help newbies pass the various Certifications
b). Some shiny badges (color motivates humans!)
A collaborative learning environment, enabling open source skill development.