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Author: Gregory Matthews
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To: oxlug
Subject: Re: [OxLUG] Training - supplier recommendations or experiences
I /think/ we used stayahead.com when we needed basic solaris skills
training when I was at NERC. They were pretty solid. You might want to
ask UKUUG as I know some specialist trainers used to be members (back
when I was a member...) I seem to remember I organised some perl
training from a UKUUG person. I'm sure a polite request would turn up
some recommendations at least (assuming it is still active).

I can personally recommend Erion having used them for advanced Sendmail
and Samba training but perhaps not quite what you're after, they are a
bit specialist.

For the really basic stuff (introducing MS and Novell admins to the
shell) I wrote my own material.

hth

GREG

On 11/06/14 16:26, John Marshall wrote:
> I would be interested to hear the feedback you get - and ?possibly? tag
> an employee along if that might be feasible for you.
>
> We're using a QNX based embedded device more and more - and interact &
> configure it through CLI - which is new for some of the team.
>
> Regards,
>
> John
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> *From: * Simon Park <>
> *Sender: * "oxlug" <>
> *Date: *Wed, 11 Jun 2014 16:01:51 +0100
> *To: *Oxfordshire Linux User Group Discussion List<>
> *ReplyTo: * Oxfordshire Linux User Group Discussion List
> <>
> *Subject: *[OxLUG] Training - supplier recommendations or experiences
>
> Looking to train 3-4 staff on basic nix skills, cron, shell and grep etc
> does anyone have any recommendation on local suppliers - would prefer to
> use Oxford Based is possible - 1 -2 days onsite
>
> Simon Park



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