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Old 03-14-2011, 03:09 PM   #1
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what to do after RHCE ...RHCSS or OCP DBA..i m confused


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I have earned RHCE so now i m very confused in what to do afer RHCE
RHCSS or OCP DBA certification ......if u can help me plz do it
 
Old 03-14-2011, 03:34 PM   #2
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What to do? Use your knowledge to earn a decent wage. Don't chase certifications for the sake of it.
 
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Old 03-15-2011, 12:21 PM   #3
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What to do? Use your knowledge to earn a decent wage. Don't chase certifications for the sake of it.
thanks for reply
but i have the knowledge in both the stream but when i think about future then get confused
i have knowledge both RHCE and ORACLE what so what you will do when u will be instead of me

thanks
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thanks for reply
but i have the knowledge in both the stream but when i think about future then get confused
i have knowledge both RHCE and ORACLE what so what you will do when u will be instead of me

thanks
bye
Well, acid_kewpie's advice is good, and very clear. If you have the knowledge, then get a job using that knowledge. Can't be much more simple than that. If you know Linux and Oracle, then pick one, and get a job.

Getting a bunch of certifications means very little where I am. It shows *some* knowledge, but hiring is based on real knowledge, not a certificate. And you also need to write clearly, and spell out your words. That text-speak garbage is a great way to get your resume ignored, as is not using capital letters and punctuation.
 
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Well, acid_kewpie's advice is good, and very clear. If you have the knowledge, then get a job using that knowledge. Can't be much more simple than that. If you know Linux and Oracle, then pick one, and get a job.

Getting a bunch of certifications means very little where I am. It shows *some* knowledge, but hiring is based on real knowledge, not a certificate. And you also need to write clearly, and spell out your words. That text-speak garbage is a great way to get your resume ignored, as is not using capital letters and punctuation.

its not not for getting i have got a job as a sys admin but i m asking for further growth cold u tell which one i have to pick
 
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you don't have to pick iether. you don't *NEED* these certs to know things, indeed you should already *KNOW* how to do these things before you get the certs. Don't make certs the end goal.
 
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its not not for getting i have got a job as a sys admin but i m asking for further growth cold u tell which one i have to pick
Well AGAIN, you need to stop with the text-speak garbage, and spell out your words, and write clearly.

And no one can pick your career path for you, that's something you have to do.
 
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Old 03-17-2011, 12:04 AM   #8
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its not not for getting i have got a job as a sys admin but i m asking for further growth cold u tell which one i have to pick
Perhaps you can look at the job sites to see what's in demand and then decide.

e.g.
craigslist.com
naukri.com
monster.com
 
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If your id is really your email address, you need to stop putting it on public websites, unless you want a career as a spam collector!
 
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