Luckily for you, dear Berkeley student, the campus has several fantastic resources for learning many of the skills we recommend that you develop. LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) is available to the entire Berkeley community and it has good quality online, go-at-your-own-pace courses in the Bash command line, in cybersecurity management, the technical domains of cybersecurity (computer networking, endpoint, application, cloud, operating system), security testing, penetration testing, machine learning, python, statistics, and statistical management software, such as R. D-Lab is another valuable resource. D-Lab regularly teaches bootcamps in technical fields such as Bash, R, and Python. Courses are free but they fill quickly. Berkeley’s “DeCals” can also be a source of skill building. These are courses organized by students (and with faculty oversight, for credit, on a P/NP basis) on specific topics.