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Re: RHCE certification



On Friday 22 August 2008 4:44 am, Johan Booysen wrote:
> My employer wants me to look into gaining the RHCE certification.
>
>
>
> I've previously looked at the training manual by Michael Yang
> (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Certified-Engineer-Linux-Study-Guide/dp/0072264
> 543/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1219405201&sr=8-1) and it seems to be
> a good choice, but I'm wondering if anyone who has done RHCE could give
> me their opinion on it and the certification process in general.
>

Cannot comment on the book.

I recommend the online tests to find any weaknesses in your Redhat specific 
knowledge.  They are in my experience and by all accounts I've heard pretty 
good guide lines as to where to start. 

The exam is not hard but it requires working quickly with little opportunity 
to test or backup and try again.  If you can avoid it, do not try a two hour 
drive thru rush hour traffic the day of the exam like I did.  Here in 
Southern CA, the training centers all seem to have or know of deals with the 
local hotels for reduced rates if you're in a class.  If centers in your area 
have similar offers take advantage of one if you can.  If I'd known about it 
at the time I would have paid the extra for a hotel room.

The training material actually make a pretty good reference for some things 
too.

-- 
Stephen 



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