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Re: *nix cert

On Fri, 9 Dec 2005, Andrew Cady wrote:

> On Thu, Dec 08, 2005 at 07:01:50PM +0000, Andrew M.A. Cater wrote:
> > LPI - then, potentially, RHCE if you can find someone to stump up for
> > you once you've a proven track record.
> Do either of these actually mean anything to anyone?

if you mean lpi/rhce...  than those certs doesn't matter
to you either :-)
	- some certs are designed to pass everybody,

	while other certs are meant to "mean something"
	and not all will pass no matter how many times
	you take the tests

	bs/ms/phd sometimes have "universal meanings"
	since not everybody will pass ... some folks
	are easier than other folks' to get "certs/degrees"

if you mean stump and/or proven track record ...
	- some folks are ez to stump

	and others will always be able to fix things or get around
	"the stump"

	- "proven track record" takes years to get established

- simple test of a "dumb track record" ?? ...
	search for anything ... and see who shows up on the 1st page 
	of the search results ( without paying to being listed )

- din-din time.. i'm done babbling :-)

c ya

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