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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

Quote:

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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