Linux+ is in da House!

The_ExpertThe_Expert Member Posts: 136
All,

I'm so happy... I just passed the second half of the Linux+ exam!!!

I was expecting to score a lot higher than I did, however, the main thing is that I passed. A higher score would have only been more of an ego boost.

I was confused on a few of the questions and couldn't settle on just one answer.

Also, this is my 1st technical certification. I'm mostly a Windows guy, however, I needed to get certified in Linux for my job.

This was a great challenge which is only the beginning to the many other certifications I want to achieve down the road. :)
Masters, Public Administration (MPA), Bachelor of Science, 20+ years of technical experience.

Studying on again, off again...

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  • DoubleNNsDoubleNNs Member Posts: 2,015 ■■■■■□□□□□
    Congratulations on the pass!
    Goals for 2018:
    Certs: RHCSA, LFCS: Ubuntu, CNCF CKA, CNCF CKAD | AWS Certified DevOps Engineer, AWS Solutions Architect Pro, AWS Certified Security Specialist, GCP Professional Cloud Architect
    Learn: Terraform, Kubernetes, Prometheus & Golang | Improve: Docker, Python Programming
    To-do | In Progress | Completed
  • JLAW904JLAW904 Member Posts: 23 ■□□□□□□□□□
    How long did it take before you were ready? I've been studying for the first half for a couple months now (coming from no Linux experience) and feel like I learned so much about Linux but every practice test I take I get discouraged with the amount of command options you have to remember. Congrats, by the way.
  • TechGuy215TechGuy215 Explore_Dream_Discover Philadelphia, PAMember Posts: 404 ■■■■□□□□□□
    [email protected]:~$ Tail -f Congrats! | Grep What's Next?

    ^ My poor attempt at humor! icon_wink.gif
    * Currently pursuing: PhD: Information Security and Information Assurance
    * Certifications: CISSP, CEH, CHFI, CCNA:Sec, CCNA:R&S, CWNA, ITILv3, VCA-DCV, LPIC-1, A+, Network+, Security+, Linux+, Project+, and many more...
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  • The_ExpertThe_Expert Member Posts: 136
    Thanks!

    I studied for about 6 months in total on an almost daily basis. I setup a virtual machine with Fedora and practiced the exam objectives pretty heavily.

    I learned so much about Linux through this process, that I am getting ready to switch over to Linux as my primary OS from Windows. I'm really enjoying it!

    It truly is a geek's OS...
    Masters, Public Administration (MPA), Bachelor of Science, 20+ years of technical experience.

    Studying on again, off again...
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