Just curious, how many people have some form of certification? Not just Novell, or Linux but any certification and what kind?
Certified Nutter! Does that count?
A to C certified swimmer
NCR Tower 600-series certified administrator
Certified certificates collectioner
M.O.S.C., F.R.A.S.C., 4 degrees
007 - Licensed to kill.
My friends keep telling me I’m certifiable. lol!
CompTIA A+ Hardware and OS (from the 2003 test, not the new one)
CCNA (renewed last Dec.)
partial CCNP (with the last two tests scheduled for later this year)
ASS (Application Security Specialist)
Currently working on LPIC-1, Server+ (just b/c it’ll be easy to get from work), and Security+
I did study for Cisco’s Firewall Specialist cert last year, but when they discontinued support for PIXs, that removed a lot of incentive to get it at that time. The new exam will require me to re-learn a lot of stuff, focusing on the ASA’s instead.
we dont need no stinkin certification!
> Just curious, how many people have some form of certification? Not just
> Novell, or Linux but any certification and what kind?
USA FAA certified
airplane, commercial, multi-engine land, instrument pilot
SCJP 1.4, SCJP 5.0, SCWCD 1.4 and SCBCD 5.0. Been procrastinating for the SCDJWS 5.0 since the beginning of this year :-p
However I’ve never had to apply to a job, I’ve always gotten called by people to interviews. Failing that, I can always wear a mini skirt to the interview
> I can always wear a mini skirt to the interview
Centigrade, Fahrenheit, or Kelvin?
i agree with that
im too lazy to study for an exam
Can you demo that for us, complete with snapshots?:rolleyes:
Oh that refers to this morning when I wrote it: I was sitting out in the morning sunrise having coffee and linked inside by wireless – and it was about 4 degrees C too cold.
I could too, but I’m afraid it wouldn’t help me one bit. rotfl!
forgot about FAA certification (been a long time). I have single engine land… that’s it. I quit while working on my instrument.
On 6/24/2009 7:56 AM, swerdna wrote:
> consused;2003710 Wrote:
>> Centigrade, Fahrenheit, or Kelvin?
> Oh that refers to this morning when I wrote it: I was sitting out in
> the morning sunrise having coffee and linked inside by wireless – and
> it was about 4 degrees C too cold.
The coffee or the weather?
> I quit while working on my instrument.
my rich uncle provided most of the funds, work time and fun…