I did the Redhat Certification course and exam at RedHat in Guildford at
the beginning of May, it's pretty comprehensive, it's certainly more
hands on that any of the other certification courses I've come across
and more practical. It's definitely a good idea, not just as insurance
against ever being out of a job, but your productivity will increase
too, the whole idea seems to be that a qualified RHCE does not just know
his/her stuff (we can all read documentation), but knows how to do
his/her work under the pressure of time constraints etc. and in
understanding the big picture knows how to do so better.
Just my two cents,
>I need to get linux certified (my boss said get a certification). I know
>there are probably many types out there. Is there anyone here who has
>any linux certs and where did you get them? I'm hoping I can do a Redhat
>one or something similar without doing a course ie. just the exam.
Conor Daly <conor.daly at met.ie>
Re: [ILUG] Debian unstable: (WAS: Off-topic: students' hostel)
ilug at linux.ie
On Thu, Jul 26, 2001 at 03:33:19AM +0100 or thereabouts, John McDonnell
> On Wed, 25 Jul 2001, Eamonn Shinners wrote:
>> > AFAIR, Pajero -as in the one from Nissan- is the Spanish for wanker.
>> <pedantry>Mitsubishi, actually</pedantry>
> It might explain why it's called a Montero on this side of the pond.
And, of course, don't forget the ubiquitous Ford Siesta or the
Migraine and Legume from Renault
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