Stephens City, VA (PRWEB) March 4, 2008
VTC.com and trainer Bobby Rogers have produced a tutorial on openSUSE 10.3 with over six hours of step-by-step training on Novell's latest update of the popular Linux distribution. If you're just getting started with Linux, openSUSE is a great way to begin, and Rogers will take you through everything you need to know. OpenSUSE is a scalable operating system that can be used on anything from a home-use computer to a workstation environment or even as a dedicated network server.
"We've been working very hard to develop more and more tutorials for Linux and the Linux environment," said Keith Provost, President of VTC, "because thousands of people have told us they need or want it, and they can't find anything close to our library of training anywhere else. Bobby Rogers' tutorial is a exciting and welcome addition to our open source tutorials."
VTC.com openSUSE 10.3 is available as online training at http://www.vtc.com/products/openSUSE_10_point_3_tutorials.htm. As with all VTC.com tutorials, the first three chapters of movies - about 45 minutes of training - is available free of charge and with no obligation. The full 6.5 hours of training is available as part of the VTC.com library at a month-to-month fee of $30.00 a month, or $250.00 for a yearlong subscription to VTC Online University. This tutorial is also available on CD.
Now Shipping - openSUSE 10.3
CD Price (USA) - $99.95
Available on VTC Online University
Author - Bobby Rogers
Number of Movies - 75
Total Time - 6.5 Hours
ISBN # - 1-934743-49-6
SKU # - 33849
The Virtual Training Company (VTC) started in California's Silicon Valley in 1996. VTC grew quickly over the next three years and relocated first in 1999 to the beautiful town of Winchester, Virginia. In 2005, the company migrated to its own building in Stephens City, Virginia. The company was founded by British-born Mark Vernon who started producing CD-based training for Apple software. The format on the CDs - narrated QuickTime movies that take a user through the steps of learning complex software applications - was very well received. Soon after, VTC began producing training for Windows software. The VTC Online University went live in 1999. In the last few years, VTC has opened offices in UK, Australia, New Zealand, France, South Africa, Hong Kong and Canada. The company continues to expand by consistently producing affordable training materials for computer software. VTC has also developed a fully fledged Learning Content Management System (LCMS) for improved content delivery. VTC is truly a company made up of individuals who are here because we choose to be here. We are all having the time of our lives and we are glad that you are with us.