Guru Labs – Linux Training and Certification : Job Update / Posting

By | 2007/08/19

Many of you may remember earlier this year I announced that I started with a Linux Training company, Guru Labs. Well I wanted to give a bit of an update after being there now a number of months and invite anyone in the area to come apply for a position there.

I absolutely enjoy my job.  I describe it as being paid to learn.  Not a bad thing to do for a living.  When I’m on the road teaching I’m still learning, but I get to talk about and teach the inner-workings of the Linux OS.  Can’t really beat that.  When I’m not teaching I’m writing courseware, developing labs, testing labs and otherwise learning to become a better and more knowledgeable instructor.  I continue to learn so many things I’ve quickly realized that there is no end to this rabbit hole and I’m loving it!

Guru Labs is hiring.  If you’re in Utah you really might consider applying.  Competitive salary.  Good work environment.  Certifications.  Learning.  Networking.  When you leave Guru Labs you’re a changed geek forever.  When it comes to Linux “Nobody knows it like a Guru knows it!”

If you’re interested check out the Guru Labs website or send a resume to info [at] gurulabs [dot] com.  Tell them who sent you.

Ohh, and if you don’t live in Utah you’re more than welcome to ask for information and sign up for one of our many classes.  We do travel!  Again, tell ’em who sent ya and I hope to see you in a class soon!

3 thoughts on “Guru Labs – Linux Training and Certification : Job Update / Posting

  1. xztheericzx

    i’m eric. joining a couple boards and looking
    forward to participating. hehe unless i get
    too distracted!


  2. Seentrunc

    I’ve just registered at the forum. This is my first message.
    Please don’t become angry about me.
    Thank you.

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    Hi…i came across your page, and I have to commend you on your work ethic. Your comments epitomize the perfect trainer. And you’ve done a nice job with your website.
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