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Anyone having idea of any good teacher for linux
I m looking for a job change in linux

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Dude there are literally a thousand sites out there including the video and training platforms which give this training out for free..

If you can’t use and learn them, not sure how much help a teacher would be… I learn new technologies every 3 months.,. Still can’t keep up..

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Go for AWS + Linux + Docker + python.
If not, don’t switch the technology.

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ramadesidime wrote:

Go for AWS + Linux + Docker + python.
If not, don’t switch the technology.

Bhai any good lecture series you would like to recommend

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Kim_Jong_jun wrote:

Bhai any good lecture series you would like to recommend

I will be able to help you, from where to start, if you tell me your current skill.

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ramadesidime wrote:

I will be able to help you, from where to start, if you tell me your current skill.

Consider me just a beginner….for 2 years I worked in a monitoring team as a L1 resource
I know only basics

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Kim_Jong_jun wrote:

Consider me just a beginner….for 2 years I worked in a monitoring team as a L1 resource
I know only basics

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monitoring team as a L1
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Start Linux admin and python and then progress towards AWS/GCP/Azure and the Docker.

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Go to Udemy and choose a free course on Python that has beginners in the title (or description) and has a short duration. Watch it like a movie at 1.5x to 2x speed (time required: 2 hours). Do NOT, at this point, replicate any code etc. Once you have watched that, use this site and replicate all the codes, do all the exercises, if your heart is into it, it should take you 2 days to finish this: https://www.w3schools.com/p...n/

Once you are done with it, go back to Udemy and choose a (or a couple of) free course(s) on NumPy, SciPy, Matplotlib and Pandas. Again, watch them like a film and at 1.5x (time required: 4 hours). At this point it is Tuesday (3 days from now, if you start today) and you have some grip on Python.

Now you need to pay some money and do 3 things 1) buy a course on Udemy (cheapest, requires 455 INR for new students) that is long, detailed and has Data Science in the name (you may also choose a course you like from edX, coursera, Codeacademy etc and audit it) 2) buy a physical book from Amazon/Flipkart so that you can have some paper documentation for the things you are learning 3) do some real work like project where you start by cleaning data and finally get to the ultimate reporting of results. (Time required: 7 days)

If you follow these, by next Tuesday, you’d be able to claim you have a solid grip on Python. Here on, you learn libraries that interests you, in line of what you want to achieve etc. The only other general technique (except Pandas and Numpy- group) you should learn is textual analysis.

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hackerboys wrote:

i want to learn python from scratch , any suggestions

Need to know at least one Programming language to learn python.

Note: Don’t waste your time, unless you have a knowledge in full stack development.

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ramadesidime wrote:

Need to know at least one Programming language to learn python.

Note: Don’t waste your time, unless you have a knowledge in full stack development.

i know core Java and C++
is that enough ?

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