Build Your Foundation in the Key Interoperability Standard for the Financial Industry
Linux Foundation Training & Certification today launched a free, Express Learning course introducing FDC3, the key interoperability standard for the financial industry. Entitled Introduction to FDC3 (LFEL1000), the course is designed to help business technologists and developers apply FDC3 Standards for smoother transfer of relevant data between different applications, reduce downtime and errors, increase efficiency as well as enhance the user experience.
FDC3 stands for the Financial Desktop Connectivity and Collaboration Consortium and represents a set of specifications and standards that facilitate interoperability between applications and workflows within the financial industry. The course will enable participants to:
- Explain the FDC3 Standard
- Explain how FDC3 provides a common framework for defining and sharing information
- Discuss the FDC3 landscape
- Discuss the components of the Standard
- Discuss how an individual or organization can contribute to FDC3
“Interoperability in the financial industry is more important than ever,” said Clyde Seepersad, SVP, General Manager, Training & Certification, Linux Foundation. “That’s why open source professionals with FDC3 skills stand out to hiring managers.”
This free, self-paced, online course includes 90 minutes of course material and covers:
- Introduction to FDC3
- FDC3 Standard Parts
- Getting Involved with the FDC3 Community
Participants also receive access to Linux Foundation Discussion Forums that include instructors and fellow students. Those that successfully complete the course will receive a digital badge.
Enroll for free today: Introduction to FDC3 (LFEL1000).
Author: Rob Moffat
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