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Old 03-05-2010, 08:14 AM   #1
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Please guide me,i am be + rhct,on way to become rhce


Please guide me,i am be + rhct,on way to become rhce,but here in mumbai, no jobs for fresher rhce holders or those who know linux,it seems that those who have good hand on windows (mcse) get chance to work on linux,fresher don't get.i had trainee job on linux but left it as it shifted to miles away.
In short what should i do, i have prepared for rhce exam, but still can see any opportunity for job, should learn mcse or mcitp too?
Show me the right way you all experts; my question may not suit this forum but i am beginner so i am asking, reply please!
 
Old 03-05-2010, 08:20 AM   #2
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Having a certificate is no guarantee of finding a job. Sometimes you need to find a company that you would like to work for and then take whatever job they have open.

To me, what counts is what the person has actually done. I would not normally hire someone who just has certificates.
 
Old 03-06-2010, 02:56 AM   #3
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Having a certificate is no guarantee of finding a job. Sometimes you need to find a company that you would like to work for and then take whatever job they have open.

To me, what counts is what the person has actually done. I would not normally hire someone who just has certificates.
thank tou for your words
 
Old 03-06-2010, 10:53 AM   #4
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Please guide me,i am be + rhct,on way to become rhce,but here in mumbai, no jobs for fresher rhce holders or those who know linux,it seems that those who have good hand on windows (mcse) get chance to work on linux,fresher don't get.i had trainee job on linux but left it as it shifted to miles away.
In short what should i do, i have prepared for rhce exam, but still can see any opportunity for job, should learn mcse or mcitp too?
Show me the right way you all experts; my question may not suit this forum but i am beginner so i am asking, reply please!
Again, please write clearly. If you've got a BE and RHCT, you should, again, know how to use punctuation, capitalization, and good grammar. If you are approaching jobs with this same level of 'care', it is very little wonder you're not advancing.

Not sure what you mean by "fresher don't get", but as was said in another thread of yours (http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...please-788835/), you need to focus on BASICS first. You're having trouble with beginning concepts, and basic knowledge searching. A certificate is meaningless, if you don't do two things:
  1. Act/speak/write like you know what you're doing
  2. Display hints of actually having the knowledge that's behind the certificates

If you don't, no one will hire you, even if you have 100 certifications.
 
Old 03-16-2010, 01:53 PM   #5
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i want to linux scripting course where can i find proper course for it in mumbai?. i just cleared RHCE.
 
Old 03-16-2010, 01:59 PM   #6
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i just cleared RHCE.
Congratulations, but isn't this backwards? (I would have mastered scripting long before attempting the RHCE.)

I personally would not bother with a course---just work your way through the Advanced Bash Scripting Guide (ABS) and post here when you get stuck on something.
 
  


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