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Old 11-16-2016, 08:04 AM   #16
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Yes, Definitely, you can pass RHCSA exam easily. You should join IT training Institute, from where you can get complete study materials and exam information as well as. Last year I have passed Redhat’s Certified Systems Administrator (RHCSA) Exam and in present I am working with a reputed company. If you're searching the best institute, then I would like to suggest you to go Koenig Solutions for this exam and one of the best part about this training Institute, that it's authorized training partner of RedHat. I really appreciate this Institute because they have best industry expert trainers and also provide 1-on-1 training, flip classrooms, after course technical support and much more. I am sharing with you a resource from where you can get more information about RHCSA course:
Post reported...you have re-opened five old threads, to post NOTHING BUT ADVERTISEMENTS for this 'great institute'.

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Old 11-16-2016, 01:06 PM   #17
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But also ... "Pathetic attempts at advertising" such as this, to me also underscore (IMHO ...) the general fallacy(!) of all such "certification" programs.

Clearly implied in this marketing doggrel is something that must be near-and-dear to the heart of (at least, in the world-view of these marketers ...) "today's young workers," namely:
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If you can just "pass the test," you will automagically "get the job."
Although "a certificate" might be "icing on the cake" that one will receive upon successful completion of any sort of professional-training course, it most-certainly is not a guarantee of a job. Although the marketing drivel confidently states that "I passed the course, and now I am employed by a (conveniently un-named and ambiguous ...) 'reputable company,'" upon even the very-briefest of second-thought one immediately sees that this statement doesn't actually say a damned thing.

If only it were that easy.

But, "working with computers" is not like "flipping burgers in a restaurant," where no thought is required, and where the customer may be presumed to be 'satisfied' as long as s/he is eventually 'eating.'
 
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Absolutely agree, sundialsvcs, which is why I was happy you posted after me. I believe that, sadly, these certificates may result in jobs but I would would not want to encourage anybody to enter into one.
 
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Post reported...you have re-opened five old threads, to post NOTHING BUT ADVERTISEMENTS for this 'great institute'.
The reported post has been removed, but you might want to edit your quote of that to remove the spam link too!
 
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The reported post has been removed, but you might want to edit your quote of that to remove the spam link too!
Done.
 
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"Back in the day," community colleges (which, at that time, did not cost $100,000 a year to attend ... ...) offered a variety of certificates (and diplomas) at a very reasonable price. Lots of people got them. But, as I recall, no one then had any illusions that these people are shamelessly self-promoting:
  • That possession of a certificate was a guarantee of a job.
  • That you had to possess a certificate in order to get a job.
Yes, local employers respected the value of ongoing "employee continuing education" and supported the local colleges, sometimes tasking employees to teach evening courses at the aforesaid institutions. But, their expectations (and the expectations which they incultured in the students) was never unrealistic.

And for what it's worth, I think that companies like Red Hat are really not the ones who are promoting these unrealistic expectations of their "RHSA" and various other programs: I think that there is a surrounding sea of sharks. (And most unfortunately, I know that many of those sharks especially prey upon non-immigrants.)
 
  


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