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The Linux Professional Institute (LPI) offers free Linux Essentials Pilot; exams at Zarafa SummerCamp 2012 in Kerkrade / the Netherlands on June 21 and 22, 2012. The number of 'Pilot' exams is restricted to 30. Besides this new exams also every other LPI exam is offered at a promotional price. LPI is 'Educational Sponsor' at Zarafa SummerCamp 2012. Since January 1, 2012 LPIC-1 certification or alternatively RHCSA certification is a prerequisite to become a 'Zarafa Certified Engineer'.
The exam lab starts on Thursday, June 21, 2012 at 16:15 and on Friday June 22, 2012 at 14:30. Meeting point for all participants is 15 minutes before the start. All candidates must register at: http://www.zarafa.com/summercamp2012/registration
As the number of seats is restricted, candidates must register in advance at http://lpievent.lpice.eu . All participants need to show a valid photo ID and a valid LPI identification number. The LPI ID can be requested at https://cs.lpi.org/caf/Xamman/register.
The free Linux Essentials "Pilot" exams contain 60 items, time is 90 minutes. Targeted at new technology users, the "Linux Essentials" program is set to be adopted by schools, educational authorities, training centers and others commencing June 2012. For more information on this program please see:
On both days, LPI will be participating with its own presentation track. For the detailed program please see: http://www.zarafa.com/summercamp2012/program
About LPI Central Europe:
LPI Central Europe represents the Linux Professional Institute as a Master Affiliate in Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland, and Switzerland.
About the Linux Professional Institute:
The Linux Professional Institute provides a global framework, industry leadership and other services to enhance, develop and further lifelong professional careers in Linux and Open Source technologies. Established as an international non-profit organization in September 1999 by the Linux community, the Linux Professional Institute continues to demonstrate recognized global leadership, direction and skill standards for those who pursue a career in Linux and Open Source technology. LPI advances the Linux and Open Source movement through strategic partners, sponsorships, innovative programs and community development activities. LPI's major financial sponsors are Platinum Sponsors IBM, Linux Journal, Linux Magazine, Novell, SGI, and TurboLinux as well as Gold Sponsors, HP and IDG.
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