by Christian Stankowic
My interest in Linux started in 2005 at the age of 15 when I discovered Ubuntu Linux. After being upset about my slow and always virus-attacked computer, I decided to try out something completely new.
I never had Linux on my computer before and wanted to have a look at it. After some first trials with OpenSuSE I got into Ubuntu and made my first experiences with the open operating system.
After exclusively using Ubuntu for almost two years I had a look at several other distros, including Debian, CentOS and Fedora. To learn more about Linux I built my own private “lab” using old spare computers. All these computers ran Linux, so I started to learn about network services including Apache, DHCP and Samba.
Continue reading “Guest Post: Journey to RHCE and beyond”
by Kenny Peeples (Red Hat)
The post below originally appeared here on March 14, 2013.
On March 12, 2013, Red Hat announced the addition of JBoss Fuse and JBoss A-MQ to its enterprise middleware portfolio, which are based on Apache Camel and Active MQ. The announcement is here.
Additional information including software downloads are located at http://www.jboss.org/jbossfuse and http://www.jboss.org/jbossamq
I am updating the videos for better sound and content but here is the first preview of the Fuse WebSocket HTML 5 demo.
The videos will help you build your first application in Fuse.
Video Part 1: Part 1 Getting Started
Video Part 2: Part 2 Getting Started
Video Part 3: Part 3 Getting Started
Source Code located on github at: https://github.com/kpeeples/jboss-fuse-websockets-demo-1.git
by Wander Boessenkool (Red Hat)
In the previous part of this series we explored the tools used by the Red Hat Curriculum Team to develop training courses. In this post we will explore the process behind our course development.
The process we follow when creating a new course consists of a number of steps.
- Course Focus/Objective
- Learner Analysis
- Task Analysis
- Classroom Setup
- Lab Development
- Content Development
- Lab QA
- Editorial Work
- Course Pilot
- Post Pilot Fixes
- General Availability
Continue reading “Producing a Red Hat Training Course, Part 2”