From: Ronny Bangsund (fvacuum at domain yahoo.com)
Date: Mon 27 Sep 1999 - 18:04:30 IST
--- John Gay <John_Gay at domain eur.3com.com> wrote:
> Am I the only one who thinks that £1500 is a bit steep for 4
> days??? Open
Nope, it would take me a few months to cough up that much.
(And I said "Hello, Ramen!" after buying a new monitor a few
> University charges less than that for a full year! Also,
> just how confident can
I might need to take CS on the side, and would need
on the Irish education system, if there is a system to it :P
> Administrator? I would
> like my certified administrators to have more than two weeks
> experience. I've
They said similar things at CPL today. I fully agree. I'm
currently semi-employable - got skills, will train if needed.
But I'm no expert in DNS & all that jazz. And my security
knowledge could be better. And I should learn to speak as
coherent as I write, or better :)
> other hand am NOT the typical power user. I would like to
> see a more detailed,
> laid-out path. Maybe a term on getting started, another on
> basic Sys Admin
> skills, then a third term could finish up with the more
> advanced networking
> skills and a final certification. This, I would be willing
> to pay good money
Linux usage, Linux admin, then Linux networking is just the
way I'd like to see these things set up.
> develop a Module-type system similar to the ECDL programme?
> I'm just getting
I'll use some French - I apologize in advance:
ECDL ain't worth shit in Norway.
No employer cares the least bit about it. And MCP or MCSE is
worth lots more (and even there you should add some Cisco
cert just to be on the safe side)
> project for the ILUG to
> get involved in. Or at least a small group from the ILUG. I
> would certainly
> devote some time and resources to a project like this. Who
> is willing to join me?
I might be able to help - write up a more complete description
of what roles you need to fill. Remember, I'm a game junkie,
so I need to feed my addiction daily :)
> convert this information into training modules. The initial
> format could be in
> SGML. The final goal is a programme similar to the ECDL
> programme, but for Linux
> Admin certification.
Make it completely webdriven. But make it good. Do anyone feel
that's a contradiction in terms?
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