kevin lyda wrote:
>On Wed, Sep 01, 2004 at 09:21:16AM +0100, Niall O Broin wrote:
>>>>It really is much of a muchness. What is important is that the trainees
>>understand the principles behind what they are doing. If they're being
>>trained in a Microsoft click monkey manner, then they are likely to be
>>lost if they encounter a distribution which has a rather different way
>>of managing things than RedHat e.g. SuSE or Debian. If OTOH they have
>>>>>>from what i've seen/heard of fas trainees is that they're pretty good.
>if you're looking for junior admins you'll get some good people from
I'm an ex-FAS trainee myself. did a year of programming at the
Loughlinstown center. It was well worth it, from my perspective. While
of other things), the practical work was very helpful in getting a
handle on the skills involved.
If the Linux course is anything like that was, my guess is that the
training centers on networking - email, nfs and samba, httpd, firewalls,
etc. I'd say the trainess will come out with /some/ experience in a
relatively useful list of tools, and ready for more specific training.
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