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The Red Hat Learning Community (RHLC) celebrates a monumental milestone this week as it exceeds 100,000 members! At its launch in September of 2018, the main goal was simple: provide a collaborative space for open source learners to connect as they optimize their skills in working with Red Hat products. As the core of that mission has remained true since its launch, Red Hat has strived to provide our users what they need in order to collaborate, learn, build skills and meet their individual learning and career goals.
What is the Red Hat Learning Community?
RHLC is a collaborative platform that enables social learning among open source technologists who have the goal of building proficiency as they learn how to work with Red Hat products and technology. When visiting RHLC at learn.redhat.com, visitors can find meaningful discussions, Q&A, tutorials, best practices, tips and tricks, resources, learning videos and more.
This platform also serves as a space to nurture Red Hat Training and Certification students before, during and after completion of Red Hat courses and certification exams, offering social learning and collaboration tools for students, as well as access to instructors and experienced subject matter experts. RHLC continues to focus on enhancements to foster connectivity and collaboration among people passionate about sharing, teaching and learning open source technology.
As RHLC hits the 100,000-member milestone, the platform boasts more than 18,000 overall posts, 3 million page views, and thousands of visitors every week.
To celebrate the 100,000-member milestone, RHLC is launching a 100K member badge and contest. Randomly selected winners will receive Red Hat Learning Community travel tote cooler bags. Contest participants can enter by liking the contest post and contributing to at least one of the 10 topics below*. Each valid contribution will count as an entry:
The contest runs from Monday, June 6 - Friday, July 15, 2022.
The heart of our community is powered by curiosity, collaboration and connectivity. We hope you will join us in celebrating the growth of RHLC and join a platform dedicated to learning and connecting with the open source community.
* Visitors to the Red Hat Learning Community are not required to register to consume content, and becoming a member is completely voluntary and only required to engage within the platform.tbd
About the author
Deanna Levine is a Senior Program Manager on the global core services team at Red Hat. She joined Red Hat in 2018 as an agile product owner and program manager for key platforms across the Red Hat Training and Certification organization. Levine works cross-functionally to contribute to product innovation and customer-facing programs that drive open source skill adoption and Red Hat product affinity.