IF YOU WANT TO LEARN
LINUX THEN THE URBAN
PENGUIN CAN HELP.
When you work in the urban jungle and have been faced with a barrage of information on Windows vs Open Source; you could do with a helping hand (or flipper) to navigate the world’s best known operating systems and now you can with The Urban Penguin. This suave little chap is your comprehensive provider for professional Linux software development, training and services. And, although we understand it can be a difficult – if not critical – decision on which platform to bet your business on, the Urban Penguin is happy to make that decision for you because we know it is the best platform to lead your business from.
The Urban Penguin is led by world-renowned Linux expert Andrew Mallett who is passionate about Open Source. Although it may feel as though time, money and the efficiency of your business are at stake when choosing your training provider; we offer cost-effective industry-leading business solutions which we believe is the best training in Linux you will find and your company needs – a win-win! Providing over 54 video courses, as well live online training, you will find something to help.
Although Andrew is a freelance IT instructor, author and consultant in the UK; his first love has and will always be Linux. He has been writing free video tutorials as TheUrbanPenguin since 2009 – you can find him on Youtube @theurbanpenguin and get training for free!
There are currently over 1000 videos available on Youtube starting with introductory training with the LPI (Linux Professional Institute) moving on through to more technically challenging how-to videos on iSCSI, HA and Virtualisation. As well as offering free training through these videos and notes, we also provide online training here at The Urban Penguin website. With the growth of Linux and DevOps, you will also find plenty of free video training on Linux, Ansible, Salt and Puppet
Being based in Peterborough we are proud supported of the local team “The POSH”. We passionately feel that supporting a local team is more important than supporting a popular team. Community is not just about Linux it is about where you live. With sponsorship of both the men’s and women’s team we are proud to be “POSH”.