Hello Guys. Today id send a request for a technological Gnu/Linux
certification in a professional institute from my country. This is a
knowledge certification for people who has experience in a certain area
outside of formal education and never got any kind of certification for it.
This will help me to teach free software and maybe to work in places where
they use free software, or even to work with the government in Free Software
Here's the thing. Ive been studding very hard from a couple of months to this
day, and the told me they will callme when a teacher be available, and then i
must go and make the test.
I dont know how that test will be, i dont know what kind of teachers this
institute has (i know they have some teachers from many universities), i dont
know if it will be a written/theorical/practical/whatever test, and of
course, i dont know what the hell will they ask me, and i want to be prepared
In my Country at leass de 20% of population has never touched a computer in
their lives, and from the people who actually uses a computer daily in life
or work, the 95% barely knows how to use MS Office, including young people
(also there are a LOT of kids who can perfectly crack any pirated game, but
anymore than that). But the people who REALLY knows how to use a computer are
scary people (even if there are 1 in a million literally).
Almost everything i know from computing and GNU/Linux ive learned by myself,
and by every 2 keys i press on my keyboard some friend of mine calls me
genius (even if i know im not a genius at all, and still need to learn a
lot), and im proud of that, but i fear to find a hard-ass demanding
university teacher to certificate me.
What do you suggest me to practice, study, read, etc, to forget about the
outworld until the day of the test.
I barely know programming in c++, but im comfortable with Bash Script and
My Actual Desktop is Debian 9.1 DE i3-gaps wm.
Im use gnu/linux since ubuntu 8.04 and ive completely remove Windows from all
my home's computers since about 4 years ago.
I will heard any suggestion.