Linux Voucher

Hello Everybody,

Has anyone received the Linux XK0-005 TTT voucher yet? :unsure:
So I just could not wait for the voucher. I sat for the XK0-005 exam yesterday and passed. I had put in many hours preparing for XK0-004 and only decided to take the 005 exam because of all that I got out of the TTT webinars hosted by @Stephen Schneiter and presented by @Lee McWhorter. Based on my preparation I'd suggest there is a large difference between the two (004 vs 005). I'd also strongly suggest that the 005 curriculum and exam is an excellent certification to identify as a modern (Automation, Virtualization, Cloud, DevSecOps enabled) Systems Administrator.

See my post on LinkedIn -> https://www.linkedin.com/posts/brfo...BY?utm_source=share&utm_medium=member_desktop
 
So I just could not wait for the voucher. I sat for the XK0-005 exam yesterday and passed. I had put in many hours preparing for XK0-004 and only decided to take the 005 exam because of all that I got out of the TTT webinars hosted by @Stephen Schneiter and presented by @Lee McWhorter. Based on my preparation I'd suggest there is a large difference between the two (004 vs 005). I'd also strongly suggest that the 005 curriculum and exam is an excellent certification to identify as a modern (Automation, Virtualization, Cloud, DevSecOps enabled) Systems Administrator.

See my post on LinkedIn -> https://www.linkedin.com/posts/brfo...BY?utm_source=share&utm_medium=member_desktop
Good to know. One thing that is in all the materials now is the Transition Guide, that compares the objectives between versions. To me, that's a seriously under-rated document to have. /r
 

Rod Oatis

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  • Aug 28, 2019
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    So I just could not wait for the voucher. I sat for the XK0-005 exam yesterday and passed. I had put in many hours preparing for XK0-004 and only decided to take the 005 exam because of all that I got out of the TTT webinars hosted by @Stephen Schneiter and presented by @Lee McWhorter. Based on my preparation I'd suggest there is a large difference between the two (004 vs 005). I'd also strongly suggest that the 005 curriculum and exam is an excellent certification to identify as a modern (Automation, Virtualization, Cloud, DevSecOps enabled) Systems Administrator.

    See my post on LinkedIn -> https://www.linkedin.com/posts/brfo...BY?utm_source=share&utm_medium=member_desktop
    Congrats, @Brian Ford
     
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    So I just could not wait for the voucher. I sat for the XK0-005 exam yesterday and passed. I had put in many hours preparing for XK0-004 and only decided to take the 005 exam because of all that I got out of the TTT webinars hosted by @Stephen Schneiter and presented by @Lee McWhorter. Based on my preparation I'd suggest there is a large difference between the two (004 vs 005). I'd also strongly suggest that the 005 curriculum and exam is an excellent certification to identify as a modern (Automation, Virtualization, Cloud, DevSecOps enabled) Systems Administrator.

    See my post on LinkedIn -> https://www.linkedin.com/posts/brfo...BY?utm_source=share&utm_medium=member_desktop
    Congrats
     
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    I think that someone else did ask for the voucher and the response was that : "the vouchers will be processed later"

    So, just be patient : Stephen will never let you down :)
    Stephen never disappoints, let's keep calm and wait
     

    Sukanya Suranauwarat

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    Aug 31, 2021
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    So I just could not wait for the voucher. I sat for the XK0-005 exam yesterday and passed. I had put in many hours preparing for XK0-004 and only decided to take the 005 exam because of all that I got out of the TTT webinars hosted by @Stephen Schneiter and presented by @Lee McWhorter. Based on my preparation I'd suggest there is a large difference between the two (004 vs 005). I'd also strongly suggest that the 005 curriculum and exam is an excellent certification to identify as a modern (Automation, Virtualization, Cloud, DevSecOps enabled) Systems Administrator.

    See my post on LinkedIn -> https://www.linkedin.com/posts/brfo...BY?utm_source=share&utm_medium=member_desktop
    Congratulation. Also, thanks for the post.