If you’re reading this, it probably means you asked me for career advice. I’m honored that you would come to me for guidance.
I’ve found that career paths are nearly as varied as people. There is no one right way to reach your goal. There is no one standard path. There are no series of steps to take that will infallibly ensure you of landing your dream job.
There is no silver bullet.
There are steps you can take, however, that will get you closer to your goal. If you want to be a Linux Administrator, Engineer, etc., then acquire Linux skills. This is really where I can help you. I specialize in teaching Linux skills. What someone does with those skills is entirely up to them.
Here is a list of our courses and the order I recommend:
- Linux in the Real World
- Learn Linux in 5 Days
- Learn Linux Administration
- Vim Masterclass
- Linux Shell Scripting
- Linux Security
To get work, network.
Your new part-time job is applying for jobs.
The only time you fail is when you decide to quit.
Certifications are for procrastinators.
- Level-up your skills.
- Expand your network.
- Apply for jobs now.
- Don’t give up.
- Don’t complicate things.
- Stay focused on your goal.