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Thursday, March 30, 2006

LPI goes to LinuxWorld-06

Toronto-based leading certification organization, Linux Professional Institute (LPI), would next month take its offering to the Linux World conference and expo holding at the city of Boston.

Taking place at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, LPI intends to offer certification testing as part of their conference discount fee valued about $50, about N5,000 for those attending the trade show from its main $150, about N18,000.

Candidates intending to benefit from LPI must pre-register on the institute’s website at https://www.lpi.org/en/register.html in order to receive identification number, along with valid photo identification and their LPI identification number to the exam events.

LPI will also host an information booth in the exhibition area during LinuxWorld Boston. Conference delegates and trade show attendees are invited to meet with LPI representatives from Asia Pacific, Japan, and North America.

During LinuxWorld, LPI will also host its semi-annual meeting of its Strategic Advisory Council April 5 and host the inaugural meeting of the Technical Advisory Council April 6.

Additionally, LPI representatives will host a “Birds of a Feather” session on April 5 entitled “LPI: What Makes a Linux Professional”.

LinuxWorld conference and expo offers top-quality, educational and technical content from industry leaders who are dedicated to understanding and shaping the Linux and Open Source marketplace.

LinuxWorld participants would also benefit from shared valuable market research, hands-on experience and personal knowledge to help attendees save time and money.

This year’s LinuxWorld is offering “OpenSolutions World” to meet the growing needs of the open source community and provide a more in depth discussion on open source issues and topics.

The Linux Professional Institute (LPI) is an internationally recognized, vendor-independent organization advocating and assisting the professional use of Linux, Open Source and Free Software, through the certification of Linux professionals and was established as a non-profit organization in 1999.

LPI is community based and supported certification programme that is delivered worldwide in seven languages.

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