Join Jungwoo Ryoo for an in-depth discussion in this video Unix/Linux, part of Developer Career Paths and Certifications.
- [Narrator] Unix has a long history.…It originates from the Multics operating system or "OS",…jointly developed by MIT,…AT&T Bell Labs,…and GE in the 1960's.…Unix was intended for mainframe systems.…Essentially, a big computer designed to serve…many remote users.…Linux was a Unix-like operating system developed…for personal computers, or "PC's" in 1990's.…
Linux is open source and free software,…while Unix is proprietary.…Because of this longevity,…the Unix-Linux OS are loaded with features…and offers lots of nooks and crannies…to explore for beginners.…Some people complain that,…that Unix-Linux OS is cryptic.…Although, Unix-Linux distributions provide…graphical user interfaces or "GUI",…a majority of system administration tasks…still rely on command line interfaces.…
Through which users type in text based key words…to communicate with the computer.…Novices find this quite daunting.…On the other hand,…the command line based operation…is what makes the Unix-Linux OS powerful.…Especially, for tasks to be conducted…by system administrators.…
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- Importance of soft skills
- Software engineering career options
- Careers in system administration
- Working in cybersecurity
- Careers in data science
- Working with machine learning
- Pursuing certifications
- Preparation tips
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