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First French Speaking Ubuntu Certified Professionals Announced

Bonjour. The subject says it all. Now we just wait for the Germans, Swedes and the Italians.
Here's the press release


The first Ubuntu Certified Professional exams in French took place at Dakar (Senegal) on July 15, 2006. The certification exams were created by Canonical Ltd and a team of French-speaking experts from the AUF. The AUF team was composed of Nicolas Larrousse (CNRS engineer — system and network admin, France) and Tahar Ben Achour (system and network admin, Tunisia).

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