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Bash (or Bourne Again Shell) is a type of interpreter that processes shell commands. A shell interpreter takes commands in plain text format and calls Operating System services to do something. For example, ls command lists the files and folders in a directory. Bash is the improved version of Sh (Bourne Shell). A shell scripting is writing a program for the shell to execute and a shell script is a file or program that shell will execute.
The certification covers all the features of a bash shell and enables you for running, scheduling, and debugging shell scripts.
Note: Please note that the course comes with online e-learning (videos) only. No hard copy will be provided.
The certification not only assess your Bash shell skills but also enhances your learning of Bash shell. The course helps you to use bash shell scripting for automating repetitive tasks, running multiple commands simultaneously, and customizing administrative tasks.
The certification covers
The certification is suitable for administrators, system admins, IT admins and professionals engaged in IT and Linux support. The certification is of immense benefit to professionals in IT management or administration department especially senior executives and managerial cadre candidates, to increase and demonstrate their skills in Bash shell scripting.
There is good demand for skilled Bash Shell Scripting professional, top IT companies and corporate hires certified professionals for their shell scripting requirement.
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1. Editors and Script Basics
4. Customize the Shell Environment
5. Shell Parameter Expansion
6. Flow Control
7. File Processing
9. Command Line Arguments
10. Process Handling and Running Scripts
11. Scheduling Scripts
12. Debugging Scripts
13. Scripting @ The Command-line
14. Linux Commands
15. Standard I/O Concepts