I have done the RHCE, and yes, it's tough. But if you are pretty well up on
Unix or any of the Linux Distros you should be ok with it. The best thing is
that it gives you a very solid foundation and understanding of Linux, and it
is certainly well worth doing.
I teach the course myself at Redhat in Guildford, and we (RedHat and
Bayridge Computers) will be setting up a place here in Limerick to deliver
the courses and exams for the Irish market. Hopefully it will be up and
running in the New Year. If anyone would be interested in it, or would like
more info on it, you can send me a mail offline.
From: ilug-admin at linux.ie [mailto:ilug-admin at linux.ie]On Behalf Of Joe
Sent: 20 October 2000 03:41
To: ILUG Mailing List (E-mail)
Subject: [ILUG] RHCE
Question for you nice people...
Red Hat Certified Engineer, from the point of view of the potential
is it a must be done, good thing or waste of time ala MCSE :)
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