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UNIX Programming Certificate
Before you register for these courses, you should be able to:
Use Microsoft Windows - one year minimum general experience
Program in a computer programming language
Apply structured programming concepts
Express a strong interest in computer programming
The UNIX™ Programming Language certificate series introduces students to the essentials for working with the UNIX command line and creating programming objects including UNIX scripts. In the classes, students learn to utilize UNIX command line command and to develop, execute and manage UNIX programming scripts. Exercises and lab sessions reinforce the learning objectives and provide students the opportunity to gain practical hands-on experience.
Introduction to UNIX
Introduction to UNIX is designed for system administrators and programmers who are new to the UNIX operating system, and for end users who work with UNIX systems in business, scientific, engineering, or home work environments. In this course, students learn to accomplish basic tasks such as creating, organizing, and removing files; using text editors; printing; and monitoring their processes. Students learn to accomplish these tasks through a command line interface.
Introduction to UNIX scripting is designed for system administrators and programmers who are new to UNIX programming. In this course, students learn to accomplish basic tasks for UNIX scripting such as working with variables, if statements, looping, and error handling. Students learn to accomplish these tasks through a command line interface using the standard VI editor.
Project in UNIX
A comprehensive project will be presented allowing the student to utilize the skills acquired in the UNIX Language classes. This comprehensive project will include the objectives required to create and comprehend the language statements addressed in the UNIX classes. Success in this project qualifies the student for certification as a UNIX developer.