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Old 08-16-2009, 10:32 AM   #1
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Unhappy Need info about RHCE


i need to know the demand of Linux administrator or RHCE in USA , canada and singapore so kindly tell me if i am RHCE certified but not sound experience so will it work and second thing is it good combination
RHCE + CCNP
I need urgent answer as i am going to make this as career field
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Old 08-16-2009, 11:56 AM   #2
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I don't think "urgent" and "career" should be anywhere near each other, ever. If you are saying things like this, then it really suggests that you quite possibly currently don't know anything at all about Linux, and think that getting a certification in it with a few cram sessions covering an exam guide is a good move. It's not. It never is. RHCE is an in demand accreditation, sure, but it'll mean ZERO without some experience, and not always much more if your experience is good.

Just like a driving lessons doesn't teach you how to drive, but how to pass a driving test, an RHCE means nothign more than you passed an exam, not that you have any skills per se.

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Old 08-16-2009, 05:30 PM   #4
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... so kindly tell me if i am RHCE certified but not sound experience so will it work
Sorry, but no. You're going to need to get a lot of experience first (even if that "experience" starts with you tinkering, building, breaking, and fixing your own Linux servers on your own time).

Otherwise, you're going to be grilled at your first interview, where they will figure out in five minutes flat that you are a serious liability.
 
Old 08-17-2009, 11:34 AM   #5
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I don't think "urgent" and "career" should be anywhere near each other, ever. If you are saying things like this, then it really suggests that you quite possibly currently don't know anything at all about Linux, and think that getting a certification in it with a few cram sessions covering an exam guide is a good move. It's not. It never is. RHCE is an in demand accreditation, sure, but it'll mean ZERO without some experience, and not always much more if your experience is good.

Just like a driving lessons doesn't teach you how to drive, but how to pass a driving test, an RHCE means nothign more than you passed an exam, not that you have any skills per se.
No my mean was that i am computer engineer and i have some experince of teaching along with that as RHCE is totally practical based paper and i have done all those scenarios which Red hat exam want so will it work and second thing is that RHCE + CCNP s good combination i am CCNA centtified
 
Old 08-17-2009, 11:38 AM   #6
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No my mean was that i am computer engineer and i have some experince of teaching along with that as RHCE is totally practical based paper and i have done all those scenarios which Red hat exam want so will it work and second thing is that RHCE + CCNP s good combination i am CCNA centtified
 
Old 08-17-2009, 11:39 AM   #7
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