Gaining Experience for your Linux Career – What should you Learn?!

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If you’re trying to get your foot in the door for an exciting career in Information Technology, what should you learn? There’s countless technologies out there, and you can’t learn them all. In this video, Jay discusses an unlikely source of information for what to learn – visiting job boards!

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*Time Codes*
00:20 – Intro
01:47 – Checking job ads for what’s relevant in the job market today
02:27 – Creating a scoring system to weigh which technologies you should focus on learning
03:17 – Important disclaimer about searching job boards for relevant skills
04:30 – Why you should check job boards regularly (at least quarterly)
05:43 – Why you should also choose a “Passion Project”
07:41 – Contributing to open-sourse as your Passion Project

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