I'm possibly looking at going for the Linux Foundation Certified Engineer cert, does anyone have any experience with this that they can share? Specifically training/courses, other than the official training sold alongside the exam. I've bought a course on Udemy to test the waters, but so far the guy is basically just rattling through lists of commands and isn't the most engaging presenter (to say the least). I know RedHat certs are more widely recognised within the industry, but LF certs seem to be more platform-agnostic rather than being tied down to CentOS/RHEL - that feels like it's important when you consider cloud computing, automation, containerisation, etc. Plus the RedHat certs/exams are a lot more expensive than Linux Foundation, and I'm financing this myself rather than having my employer pay!