This year has been one for the books with regard to wide spread security vulnerabilities that have affected the vast majority of all of our systems that are powering the internet. In April 2014, the Heartbleed vulnerability was disclosed causing wide spread panic across the globe for anyone running a web server or any other […]
The demand for IT Pros with Linux proficiency increases every year
If you’re a tech professional looking for a new linux job then you’ve stumbled across the right page. We recently came out with a new TrueAbility video for you! It explains what we do and how we can help you prove your tech skills to various companies through a online technical interview. This interview will prove […]
We’ve made the Vagrant boxes that we use internally for development and testing available for public download. Check out our community post with more information and links to the downloads.
Job postings are a necessary item when looking for the perfect person to fill a certain spot. Because this is technically our first interaction with a potential candidate we are going to hire it is important to make sure that we are communicating the details of not only position they are applying for, but also […]
TrueAbility will be at the Texas Linux Fest in Austin on June 13th – 14th at the Austin Conference Center. You can find us at booth 21 where we will be hosting the TXLF mini challenge for conference attendees. We will be at the event on both days and signing up anyone interested in trying the mini challenge. The TXLF […]
Linux Self Assess provides Tech Professionals with a practical way to benchmark their skills
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Name: Major Hayden Position: Cloud Architect Company: Rackspace Most of what I’ve learned to do in my daily work has been self-taught. I read lots of blogs, man pages, and automation repos to understand how applications are assembled and deployed. Rackspace has offered quite a bit of Red Hat training and I used that to get my […]
Oh what tangled webs we weave when first we practice to deceive.