Chris Higgins wrote:
>As the linux world grows the number of people that claim linux qualifications will climb.
>Some of those will be the type of people that list dos, win 3.1, win 3.11, win95, win98,
>word 97, word 2000 individually on their CV's... They'll happily add 'linux' because it is mentioned
>on the job spec.
>>My favourite was still the guy (Mr A) from one company who dealt with
their as400 (or vax or something like that). A friend of mine (Mr B)
was working there and setup a redhat 6.2 box (gives you an idea of when)
to act as a dial-up gateway/firewall for the network. On the back of
Mr A's experience with this (accessing the internet), suddenly the
mainframe man added "Lenux" to his list platforms on his cv ... I don't
think anyone corrected him about it so that's the way it went out :-)
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