The curriculum (called "Get Ready for Open Source") is designed as a
developer course. At the moment, we plan to introduce Mono/C# as
programming language in book 3. CLP and the fundamentals course (the new
number is 3071, based on SLES10) focus on administration. In the
schoolbooks there is only a short part about administration.
On Fri, Jun 01, James Tremblay wrote:
We are greatfull for every ounce of participation. I love the idea of a
technical curriculum surrounding SLED, when I get my desktops converted I
will certainly be asking the teaching arm of my department to include this.
It looks like your writing a "prequell" to the CLP course, It would definitely
be a good Idea to get it accredited. It might even take the place of Novell's
course 3036 Linux fundamentals.
Director of Technology
Newmarket School District
Novell CNE 3\4\5
CLE \ NCE in training.
Michael Eicks, Linux Curriculum Developer
Novell Global Training Services
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