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Re: [Ambassadors] Thinking about future Red Hat training and/or certification. :)

Hello Everyone,

Greetings. :)

I deeply appreciate everyone's comments regarding Red Hat training as well as certification.  :)

> FYI -> http://www.redhat.com/rhceloopback/

Cool!  :)

There were many good ideas to express how the impact of training investment.  :)

Last year, I had a coupon code for my two Red Hat classes and I was able to save about $200 per class.   :)

My $60 investment for a one year individual subscription in me will be the "Red Hat Enterprise Linux - Academic Editions" -


for the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Academic Server Edition.  :)

For my thought for Training for Education -


as well as the Red Hat Academy -


different places have access to various versions of the Red Hat Academy dependant upon their location, for example,

* United States/Canada: na-RHAsales redhat com, Phone: 866-273-3428 x43770
* EMEA: emea-rhasales redhat com
* APAC: apac-rhasales redhat com
* LATAM: latam-rhasales redhat com

Red Hat Academy Locator -


Worldwide Academic Qualification -


For "financing" try here at Red Hat Training and Certification -


I hope that this helps.  ;)

Please have a great day / evening and an enjoyable weekend! :~)

Thank You



- David -


David Ramsey




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Different strokes for different folks



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* One dual core system with 3.0 GB running the Fedora 13 kernel -

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