Linux Foundation rolls out free Jenkins CI/CD training course

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Linux Foundation rolls out free Jenkins CI/CD training course

10-week self-paced course is aimed at DevOps engineers, developers, SREs and QA professionals

The Linux Foundation and the Continuous Delivery Foundation have launched a free training course in Jenkins, the venerable open-source CI/CD platform. The first in what's planned to be a series ...

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