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Old 07-15-2008, 06:25 AM   #1
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Linux Certificate

Dear all I would like to have a certificate in Linux. Which is the best certificate?
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As in Certification to hang on your wall or Security Certificate (SSL) for some web service, etc?
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There are various certification courses available in Linux nowadays .
Few of them are
1.Red Hat Certified Technition
2.Red Hat Certified Engineer / Architecture.
3.Solaris also provides better certification courses in Linux.
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You could also check out expertrating, they are good if you do work on rentacoder for example. Also I had a company request that I do a test on there before going to interview before.
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certificate is just a certificate..


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