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First Living Open Source Event in Kenya is : Ended

First Living Open Source Event in Kenya is : Ended

The very first Living Open Source Event in Kenya will take place in July 2019, Venue University of Nairobi Chiromo campus off Waiyaki Way. This 3-day event is interesting for people who wish to start a career in open source and also for professionals who are already working with Linux.

During 3 days you have the opportunity to attend training sessions in the morning to learn or refresh Linux basics. The afternoon sessions will cover the more advanced Linux topics.

Next to a training program to learn Linux skills, this event offers a great way to meet and connect with like minded people who support the open source philosophy and work with Linux to make a living out of it.

PROGRAM

July 8

9.00 – 13.00: Linux Fundamentals. This session is for people that are starting with Linux. 14:00-18:00: Ansible Fundamentals.

July 9

9:00 – 13:00: Mastering the Linux command Line. This session will continue where we left of on day 1 in the morning.
14:00 – 18:00: Working with containers and Kubernetes.

July 10

9:00 – 13:00: Linux System Administration.
14:00 – 18:00: Linux performance optimization.

The fee to attend 3 morning sessions (generic Linux) is $300 for employees. The fee to attend 3 afternoon sessions (advanced Linux) is also $300 for employees. Students/unemployed/self-employed can join all the sessions for free. Book your seat by filling https://forms.gle/R2UZ41yY2W37cKDJ9

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Interested in sponsoring this Linux event?

We are looking for companies and organizations that support our mission to foster the growth and use of the Open Source Software in Kenya. Sponsoring this event in any kind of way will make it possible for talented people to start a career or business in Open Source. Contact us to discover opportunities to contribute: info@livingopensource.net.

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3 Responses

  1. rondity says:

    Great Initiative.

  2. Gesaka says:

    Excited about what Open Source has for Kenya.

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