New book by Daniil Baturin: Linux for System Administrators
Many people from our generation, including myself and VyOS maintainers and contributors, learned about Linux from books. At the time, there wasn't much else. Now, there's loads and loads of information on the Internet, and experienced admins can easily find what they are looking for in seconds. But for beginners, a book where they can read about all the basics is still a great start.
But what book can we recommend them to read?
Many classic Linux books for beginners are now completely outdated in both senses: they include obsolete information and nothing about newer developments. The books I learned from two decades ago are all of purely historical interest now. In this rapidly evolving technological landscape, beginners must have access to up-to-date resources that provide accurate and relevant information.
Recognizing this need, Packt Publishing took the initiative to invite Daniil Baturin, the VyOS maintainer, to work on a Linux book specifically tailored for beginners. With his extensive knowledge and experience, Daniil has crafted a comprehensive guide that covers all the essential basics of Linux, ensuring that readers are equipped with the most current and relevant information.
The book is finally available after over a year of hard work and dedication. Whether you prefer a paper book's traditional feel or a digital copy's convenience, you can choose what suits you best.
You can easily find the book directly
from Packt Publishing
Also available at Amazon
By investing in this book, you are empowering yourself with knowledge and supporting the efforts of passionate experts like Daniil Baturin. With his guidance and expertise, you can confidently embark on your Linux journey, knowing that you are equipped with the most relevant and up-to-date information. Whether you are a beginner exploring the Linux world for the first time or an experienced admin looking to refresh your knowledge, this book is an invaluable asset that will accompany you every step.