Am i ready for RHCSS?
I passed my RHCE exam in 2010 on RHEL 5.3, i'm planning to go for RHCSS certification(333+423 and maybe 429), my question is should one go straight ahead for a RHCSS cert or does it help if you have some work experience in some company, organisation etc.
My trainer told me that modules 333, 423 are quite extensively used, hence i should focus on clearing those first and then go for module 429 if i want to.
Reason i wanted to ask this is because RHCSS cert costs quite some money where i live (training+exam).
In my case i'm a final year postgraduate student with no experience in any company whatsoever, sure i've experience of deploying a redhat machine as a server in a LAN network (when i was preparing for RHCE) but does it really help if you have done a 1-2 years bit in some company?
It doesn't hurt to have experence by any means...it's just that if you're going to wait...be prepared to "re-learn" some things because you can't remember anyting.
An unpopular opinon of mine; but I say go for while while it's still fresh in your mind.
@ custangro, thanks for your reply.
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