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Hi Guys .....iam looking to get myself MCSE Certified ...i asked my friend for a suggestion to buy study guides for mcse from and he mentioned about nextcertify.com and how it helped him pass his exams . Does anyone have any experience with nextcertify.com ? . Please do let me know before i shell my dollars out ...any good or bad experience will be appreiciated ..iam short of money these days
yeah but the vast majority of users are:
search for 'winblows' etc etc probably not mcse certified.
i'm not against this user. just thought it might be a joke. and genuinely dont think its the best place for this user to get advice on that subject. personally i'd rather have a criminal record, but that's my view ;-)
mcse is just another tool for tying people into microfsoft. i work in IT - one of the biggest reasons the MS is sucessful is because people grew up on windows. they get a job in windows, and then they get certified. it's in their interests to promote windows. you wouldn't do yourself out of a job?
non windows people are terrified of linux coz if basically renders the less technical windows admins pointless. not the good ones of course. mcse is just a way of making people invest in making ms a success.
sigh. its just another cynical ploy by the Vole to tie more and more people in and promote this homogenous monolithic corperation. one people, one voice one fuher. remember that??
when companies want job positions for their IT departments, rather than checking their level of schooling accomplished, their college or university they attended or their GPA or anything of the sort, they can hire based on the certification. this tells the employer that the applicant knows (that level of) windows.. its to ease the process.
so from your thinking.. any linux certification is also a plot to force people to only use linux and promote it?
(this is just my and im not trying to cause an argument or anything )