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Building and certifying on RHEL 8 - 5 things developers need to know

July 8, 2020
1 minute read
Related technology: Red Hat Enterprise Linux

I’ve been with Red Hat for nearly 10 years and have worked with developers and partners throughout. At Red Hat, as you know, we’re really into open source technology but sometimes the amount of information on various topics/products can be overwhelming. 

For our Build Partners, I’ve attempted to boil down Red Hat Enterprise Linux software development to “5 things” for building and certifying on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. These are presented in an infographic format in the hopes that you’ll learn useful tips and can do so quickly.

These “5 things” are progressive steps:  the first is for beginners (e.g. new to software development, or Red Hat Enterprise Linux) who need to know the basics, followed by intermediate information to get you started in specific areas, and then wraps up for advanced developers who just want useful quick references. 

This is the first in a series of three similar infographics - the two others will cover “5 things” for building and certifying containers and Operators. 

We have so much cool stuff going on here at Red Hat. If you’re not a Red Hat Partner Connect member, then I invite you to join today.

 

 

Mike Guerette
Mike Guerette
Product Marketing
Mike has worked in various roles (product management, partner/business development, product marketing, and developer relations) involving infrastructure software. He joined Red Hat in 2010 and been working with partners and developers since joining the company. He founded the Red Hat developer blog, and co-founded Red Hat Developer, and Red Hat Developer Toolset and Red Hat Software Collections for Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Mike currently works on Red Hat's Ecosystem team, focused on helping Technology Partners and their development teams.