Courses and Bootcamps
Linux is an open-source operating system that is compatible with C++, Perl, Java and other languages. Linux is used in servers, computer architecture and security systems and many companies are seeking professionals with skills in Linux to assist in developing software and optimizing existing programs.
There are currently nearly 55,000 open positions for Linux Engineers in the United States. With starting salaries averaging at over $92,000 annually, it is clear that skills in Linux can offer a wide range of opportunities, and attractive compensation.
Looking for bootcamps that teach Linux? Highly-ranked programs include NYC Data Science Academy, Tech Elevator and Digital Crafts. To help your research, SwitchUp has compiled verified alumni reviews that range from 1 to 5 stars for bootcamps that teach coding Linux. Be sure to check out all individual reviews and rankings before making your decision.