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LPI Webcasts: December 17th

Be there or be square
LPI Candidates and Alumni:
In 2009, LPI will mark its 10th Anniversary as an organization serving Linux professionals. To recognize this milestone we will be undertaking a number of new initiatives--including as many of you already know the
launch of our LPIC-3 303 Security elective (February 1, 2009) and the new LPIC-1 and LPIC-2 exams (April 1, 2009).
We will also host a number of informative and educational webcasts. These webcasts will provide information on our certification program and even assist our candidates with exam preparation. On this initiative we will be working with BrightTalk ( -- a provider of online webcasting services.
We invite everyone to participate in our pilot summit on December 17, 2008. This pilot event will enable us to develop an audience profile which will assist BrightTalk to find sponsors for future such events in 2009. Please
register for these online presentations through our webpage at:
We would also appreciate your feedback on these presentations, ideas for future webcasts, or even volunteers who might want to provide their own presentations!. Please contact us at info { a t } lpi [ d o t ] org should you have any questions in this regard.
Again we invite you all to attend our webcasts on December 17, 2008. Please register at:
Wishing everyone a Happy New Year and a prosperous and successful 2009!
Scott Lamberton
Director of Communications
Linux Professional Institute

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