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Old 05-08-2008, 12:32 AM   #1
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Question which advanced modules to take up?

Hello guys,
I am newbie exposed bit to linux .
I am planning to take some advance modules for study,so kindly suggest me.I dont have much idea about which modules are highly demanded in companies.
I've been already placed in IT company but I am looking for companies having highest pay scale.
Also if possible tell me highest pay scale payed 2 linux professionals.

Tx in advance.
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Old 05-08-2008, 10:56 PM   #4
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Hi chris!!

I will take up which ever has a highest payout or which are highly demanded by companies or which has good scope.I dont have much idea about role of sysadmin,DBA,Network admin.
If u were me then which 1 u had optioned

Please tell me which 1 to takeup

tx again

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Old 05-08-2008, 11:35 PM   #5
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In my opinion you should take up whatever you enjoy doing (or at least has your interest). Having a high salary only partially compensates for work that you don't enjoy.

As payout is important to you, read the recruitment ads in newspapers or on the internet, see what's best paid, read up on what it's about (what the role of eg a DBA) and do the relevant courses.
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when i was in college my favorite courses were:
micro processors (machine code for wdc-65c02 and m68k)
micro devices (boolean logic using motorolas n-series ic's)
operating systems programming (labs like my-ls, my-shell, dining philosophers server, ...)

your milage may vary.

also why do you want to take advance courses if you're a newbie ?
how 'bout you start with intro courses then choose the track you want to develop more in.

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