I’ve worked in IT for nearly 10 years now — as a Network Engineer, Web Developer, Help Desk Tech, Web Scraper, Software Developer, Site Reliability Engineer, Cloud Engineer and DevOps Engineer.
If there is one core skill I’d say new engineers should have mastered — it’s Linux Systems Administration.
MOST web servers run Linux.
And companies are hiring people that understand how to build them, fix them and maintain them.
Linux is running in datacenters, cars, planes, space and fridges. (yes, seriously!)
Understanding how Linux works (and how it can break) can give you a real leg up on the competition.
I just aced a tech interview recently that had me fixing a lab Linux computer who’s disk was filling up.
These types of job interviews are super common!
Over the years, I’ve been able to piece together blog posts, books, documentation to understand Linux systems and how to troubleshoot them and fly around on the command line.
Today I’m launching Shell Samurai — a compilation of everything a Linux N00b should know to get started.
Here’s a preview of the table of contents:
- What’s a Linux kernel? how does Linux Boot?
- Navigating the Linux CLI like a pro
- Managing and installing packages
- Managing processes
- Troubleshooting Systems
- Checking network connectivity
- Using Git and version Control
- Spinning up a basic web server with Nginx
- Linux Job Interview Questions and Answer Guide
So if you’re tired of being a Linux n00b, I invite you to check out Shell Samurai and level up your IT and Software career today
You can get a copy for just $40 with coupon code KERNEL at the link below