Interested in Python Programming? Check out this video on the basics of Python virtualenvs and how to use them
Want to get started learning programming and software development? Here's a 10-minute workstation setup guide.
Your first tech job is usually a huge pay bump. Here's what every you need to know about handling that money.
Here's what you need to know about Tech Debt to pass interviews, make the team love you, and deal with managers.
The craziness of my new job has worn off and I'm back with another video about the super-useful 'lsof' command.
To celebrate my move back to the US from Europe, I just released a new 'basics' video about Linux shell aliases.
A Top 10 video about the most popular Linux Job Interview Questions (with answers)
Does Ubuntu Desktop feel too heavy? Here's a quick tutorial on a minimal, customizable install to start with.
Free 30-minute Linux server project: Set up an XMPP server, learn system administration, chat with your friends!
A review of my favorite Linux System Administration book EVER. You have to read this one!
Part 2 of "Monitoring with Monit," where we use SSH Local forwarding to access a web service behind a firewall.
I'm on Patreon! http://patreon.com/tutorialinux
Now you can support more free Linux and Programming courses :-)
Another video from the Self-Hosted WordPress course: a tutorial on how to monitor Linux services with monit.
A new sneak peek at the "Hands-on Linux: Self-Hosted WordPress for Linux beginners" course on Udemy.
A new sysadmin links video: package management for Windows, a great strategy game, SSH wizardry, and more!
After some procrastination, my "10,000 subscribers" video is now called "11,000 Subscribers: Thank You!"
The final bash video is up! It demonstrates functions, iteration, and reviews everything we've covered.
A new sysadmin links video - some are for work, some are just for fun. All of them can teach you something.
The next step for bash scripters: the 'if' conditional and more than you ever wanted to know about testing in Bash.
Just released a new video in the Bash Programming series -- more coming soon!
A quick video about archiving and compression (and the difference between them) on Linux, along with the most common 'tar' commands you'll use.
Also featuring: how to slightly change your 'tar' command to make other sysadmins hate you!
I'm finally back on YouTube! Regular uploads of new videos are starting this week, and the first tutorialinux e-book is live.