The latest version of the BSD Certification Study DVD is now available. Besides being a handy study reference, the DVD is a useful tool as it contains the latest versions of the 4 BSDs plus their documentation. From the announcement:
If I've been quiet lately it's because I was burning the midnight oil participating in the final technical and grammatical review for the BSD Professional Certification Requirements document. The document was published late Tuesday night and is a thing of beauty. From the announcement:
Jim Brown from the BSD Certification Group provides an update on the BSDP exam objectives. We hope to publish these by end of month or very early August, and need as many people as possible to review and comment on the draft before it is published. Jim writes:
Are you familiar with system administration on BSD systems? If so, the BSD Certification Group needs your help in reviewing the exam objectives for the upcoming BSDP (BSD Professional) exam. Even if you don't have the time yourself, help us spread the word so we can get as many eyeballs as possible reviewing the objectives in preparation for their publication.
Registration for BSDCan is now open. If you haven't been to a BSDCan yet, it's a great opportunity to meet other BSD developers and users as well as an excuse to visit beautiful Ottawa. The full list of talks is here.
In my latest interview for BSDTalk, we discuss The Definitive Guide to PC-BSD and the creation of the upcoming BSD Professional certification exam. The interview is available in ogg format.
A short progress report on what's happening with the BSDP.