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Python 4000: Linux Commands & DevOps Automation

Testing and interacting with free & open operating systems using Python3
Randall Nagy
136 students enrolled
English [Auto]
Understand what "DevOps" is, as well as how to perform "OpsDev," "O2," "D2," R&D activities
Learn how to use vital Linux / POSIX inspired operating system ("Ops") commands
Discover how to re-use operating system commands from Python ("Dev")
Discover key differences between POSIX tooling on Microsoft Windows, macOS, and Linux
Use Python to automate powerfull POSIX shells, commands, & tools
Learn de-facto standard utilties & commands that are not yet part of POSIX

This Python 4000 training opportunity has been designed for programmers interested in learning how to use GNU Linux commands & Python 3 to automate operating system activities. From AIX, Linux, Unix, and macOS, to the Microsoft Windows Operating Systems, if you are confused about exactly what folks might mean when they say “POSIX” or “DevOps,” then this training is for you.

Software developers wanting to know how to run Linux & GNU commands on the Microsoft Windows Operating Systems via Cygwin will also enjoy this educational offering.

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