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Learning Linux in 2021: The easiest methods to learn. Is it that important for a job?

Getting an IT-based job in 2021 is not a piece of cake. There are plenty of people who graduates in CS nowadays and looking for a job in the IT sector is the primary goal. Sending out CV’s to IT farms with the same technical skillset just like everyone else. What if there was something very essential and differentiate your CV and makes it stand out from the rest. Yes, it's the skill of using Linux OS. Most of us can visualise Linux as command-line OS and at the first glance, it seems pretty complex. But to tell you the truth, it is not the case.

Linux is an advanced operating system that requires next to no degree to learn. We see someone with Linux proficiency differently in respect to a job candidacy. Learning Linux is a rare skill. Waiting to learn it later will eventually make it not so rare. There is a steep learning curve for it. We will demonstrate the three easiest methods to get started with Linux and help you with the little bump on the journey because rest is a smooth sail.

Why is it important?

Linux is one of those basic and important skills any person in the IT and tech industry should have. Not only because the candidate will be seen as a proficient learner. But also, he/she gets to know, what an authentic OS feels and looks like. Everything we use is run basically on top of vanilla Linux like steroids. This means the smart device or smartphone has basic Linux. On top of that, it is modified to suit the user's needs.

Linux is free. It's an open-source OS and can be modified to use however anyone wants. Even Microsoft Azure or Google cloud runs on basic Linux OS. Also, most people will skip Linux because it is a little overwhelming, to be honest. And this spot puts most of the learners in a place where they have a skill set that many people skip or fear. So, you’re already one step ahead.

Easiest methods to learn Linux

Learning Linux is pretty easy. But even an expert who earns his bread with Linux, won’t say that he knows everything. So, it is out of the way. We can do almost anything with Linux. From hacking, coding, and building tons of functionalities of programs and even creating our OS. Some of the easiest and free methods of learning Linux are described below:

  • Microsoft Azure: For windows users, there is great news. Windows is partnered to let users learn and use Linux on Ubuntu Server very easily on a browser. Creating an Azure account gives you tons of benefits and users can play around with cloud-native applications free of cost.

  • Windows Power shell: Another easy way is to copy the command line from here, and running it on windows power shell administrative mode. Once done, computers are ready for virtual environments to run ubuntu/Linux systems. Hop on the windows app store and select any version of Linux that interests you and it's ready. Just two steps and someone can start learning Linux.

  • Using VMs and bootable drive: We have seen dual boot flash drives or disks that can dual-boot on any OS. Even using a virtual machine (VM) is a good practice. But these procedures are quite old now and kind of outdated. That’s why we prefer any of the previous methods to start up your engine with Linux.

  • Raspberry PI: It is quite hard to find someone who never heard of Raspberry Pi. But for those who don’t, it is the smallest form factor of a computer on a PCB. We can plug it with external devices to work as a computer and it is used for learning to program and building cool stuff like robots. Raspberry PI devices are very cheap and available on the market. Experimenting with a PI and Linux is the most suitable method and outputs the best hands-on experience.

Learning Linux is just the beginning. Once someone knows how to use Linux, can go learn advanced stuff like DevOps and build amazing things.





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