[SATLUG] Linux expertise
sirjaggy29 at gmail.com
Wed Jul 22 10:54:22 CDT 2009
I heard quite a bit about how good is Red Hat certs for Linux. I guess
these would be a baseline for know how since they test practical
implementation. Really I want to have the real world experience more than
acronym for my name. What
so hard to tell is just what level a person's know how really is in linux
and I wanted to show my skills are polished. thanks for the opinions.
On Sat, Jul 18, 2009 at 6:52 PM, Bruce Dubbs <bruce.dubbs at gmail.com> wrote:
> Brad Knowles wrote:
> IMO, the only Linux certification that's really worth anything are the
>> ones from Red Hat,
> I don't like any vendor specific certifications. I think the LPI (Linux
> Professional Institute) certifications are OK, but I do admit that they are
> not as rigorous or as well known as RH.
> In the long run, any certification, RHCE, MSCE, BS, MS, PhD, LLD, CPA, MD,
> etc are only valuable to someone doing some hiring. If they don't have the
> ability to really evaluate your skills (and many don't), then they rely on
> these certifications as poor substitutes. Once you have the job, the
> certifications mean nothing. Being able to do the job is very important,
> but more people get fired over interpersonal skills than for lack of
> technical skills.
> Have you ever known anyone that has a large number of certifications and
> doesn't really know squat? I certainly have.
> -- Bruce
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