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Old 10-18-2012, 02:15 AM   #1
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Next Step After RHCE


HI guys i have completed RHCE Certification now can anyone please suggest me the next step


Thanks in advance
 
Old 10-18-2012, 02:15 AM   #2
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Get a job that uses the knowledge. Don't just chase certs.
 
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Get a job that uses the knowledge. Don't just chase certs.

I am actually working as a developer but i am intrested in learning the subject in linux so what step should i take?

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use it then. You can't beat experience, and merely passing exams doesn't mean you really know anything functionally useful, merely that you remembered some arbitrary things long enough to pass a test.
 
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use it then. You can't beat experience, and merely passing exams doesn't mean you really know anything functionally useful, merely that you remembered some arbitrary things long enough to pass a test.
chris
iam working as a java developer so i need to know what course should be taken (RHCVA,RHCSS,RHCD.)
 
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there is no should. If you want to do another certification, then pick an area that interests you.
 
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there is no should. If you want to do another certification, then pick an area that interests you.
k chris
Thanks for ur Suggestion
 
  


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