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Jordon Bedwell jordon at envygeeks.com
Fri Oct 8 02:25:03 UTC 2010

On Fri, 2010-10-08 at 09:59 +0800, Christopher Chan wrote:
> /me stares. Okay, I was groggy this morning. Let me fix that.
> Hahaha, one of my then new bosses made fun of my RHCE back in 2002 (got
> mine in 2001) and said that he would certify me whereas another boss who 
> interviewed me said that the RHCE had zero bearing on his decision to 
> hire me and give me a better position than the one I was applying for.

But, I thought this was true: "Red Hat certifications are indisputably
regarded as the best in Unix® and Linux®, and perhaps, according to
some, in all of IT. This is due in large part because of Red Hat's
performance-based format - the RHCT® and RHCE® "


To best honest, when I first read that on the Red Hat site, my first
question was "What the hell does Redhat have to do with Unix? And why
would their certification be best for /Unix/?".  I could go on but I
figure that /should have/ been enough for you to laugh your way out.

I don't remember if it was like that way back then, that was far too
long ago, but they're certainly like that now.  CompTIA is to
certifications what Redhat is to Unix.

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