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30 Years of Tux Earns You 30% Discount on all Linux Foundation Training Programs

Were you on the lookout to take a certification exam or to learn something from The Linux Foundation offerings?

To mark the 30th year of Linux, The Linux Foundation is running a promotion offering a 30% discount on all certifications, training courses, and bundles site wide. This includes instructor-led training as well.

The sale ends on April 20, 2021. So, you have a few days left to grab any certification, training courses, or a bundle that you always wished for.

Here, I will mention the details for the offer and some of my suggestions to go for if you were looking to gain some new skills to step up your career.

Note: We’re an affiliate partner with The Linux Foundation which means that at no additional cost to you, we get a small commission when you purchase anything.

Tux Turns 30 Promotion Offer

For the offer, there are no restrictions on what type of certification/course you can get at a discounted rate. This is applicable across every bundle, course, and exam put up by The Linux Foundation.

All you have to do is apply a coupon code – TUX30 to save 30% of the total cost.

For instance, if you are going for a certification/course that costs $299, applying the coupon code will help you reduce that to $209 with about $90 savings.

Moreover, the pricey instructor-led training programs like Linux Performance Tuning and Linux Security also get the 30% discount. That doesn’t happen frequently.

I believe that is a good deal!

You can find the link to the promotion page in the button below. Along with the discount, it also lists some popular options that you might want to consider gaining skills that has a lot of demand in the Industry.

Anything to help you explore Kubernetes, Linux Networking, or Linux System Administration should be a good choice. But, you also have certifications for Node.JS, FinOps, Hyperledger, and several more.

What do you think you’ll go for? Have you already taken a certification exam or course by The Linux Foundation? Feel free to share your thoughts.

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