[ILUG] Recommendations for RHCE courses in Ireland?
mariconor at gmail.com
Fri Jun 27 16:13:50 IST 2008
On Fri, Jun 27, 2008 at 3:47 PM, Brendan Minish <bminish at minish.org> wrote:
> I did mine as a 4 day crash course with the exam on day 5 in dublin.
> the course was held in BT training and the tutor was from Redhat.
> the crash course is really only suitable if you are already pretty
> comfortable with most of the syllabus and pretty fluent in at least
> parts of the syllabus. Even then expect to have to work hard and pick
> things up quickly.
> the RHCE test is tough but a very fair assessment of your abilities
> The quality of the redhat training was excellent, it was also about as
> distro agnostic as they could make, there is a fair shot of SELinux in
> there these days but Selinux is worth knowing about.
> I really enjoyed the whole process.
> I am looking at working towards the RHCA over the next couple of years
> but most of the courses for that seem to be in the UK / elsewhere
Wot he said.
IMO the RHCE is far better than the LPI. Far harder too. All practical.
> this book covers the syllabus pretty well
I agree, that's the one I biought for mine.
> I know nothing of the LPI you speak of?
> RHCE 805008029731335
RHCE 805008929931334 ;-)
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