How to level up your Linux developer skills

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This collection of resources will help you learn important commands, grasp new tools and improve skills you need to manage any Linux system.

You've mastered basicLinux skills, now it's time to set a new goal.. TechRepublic Premium is here to help, providing resources to enhance your Linux developer skills. Developers and admins will both find helpful information in this collection of resources. These PDF downloads will help you efficiently manage your machines, whether you're looking for information on distributions, memory or server configuration. 

Also, everyone can benefit from a vocabulary review to make sure your basic understanding of Linux is as strong as it can be. 

8 must-have tools for developers on Linux

These eight tools will help you with everything from testing applications in various desktops or server environments to creating universal packages. Understanding these tools will make your life easier when working on a Linux network.

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Top commands Linux admins need to know

This collection of commands are distribution agnostic and should help you complete almost any task. These resources will show you how to find memory details, bios details and information about network cards, among other things.

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Best commands for digging up information about your Linux system

Maybe you need to know if a particular CPU includes virtualization support or the manufacturer of your BIOS, its release number and the currently enabled options. You can use these commands to find almost any piece of information you're looking for in your Linux network.

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40+ open source and Linux terms you need to know

If you're new to working with LInux systems, it's good to start with the basics. This glossary covers important terms that will ensure you know what you're talking about when it comes to aliases, swaps and more.

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