[rescue] Cisco Certs (was THIS. MAKES. ME. SICK.)
rescue at sunhelp.org
Thu Jun 14 08:26:46 CDT 2001
Me too.. About to do CCNA, required for CCNP (what I consider the first level
of usefull knowlege). I will follow later with CCIE (check out that salary
I have solidy avoided certs (have some required by manufacturers to sell their
stuff, like CCDA and MMND). I figure after 15 years in the biz if an employer
doesn't recognize a good mind he isn't a good employer.
I also have solidly avoided a college degree too, but that isn't for lack of
On Thu, 14 Jun 2001, THOU SPAKE:
> On Wed, 13 Jun 2001, David Cantrell wrote:
> > > But they seem to have caught on.... is anybody else sick of hearing the
> > > Foobar Training Network's ads for "MCSEs make an average of $65k a year"?
> > I'd better not take an MCSE then - my salary would go down :-)
> This is too close to the truth for comfort.... I have refused to take any
> computer exam/certs; Doing so would instantly put a `cap' on what people
> assume that I know; And therefore lowing my worth.
> That said; I'm considering a Cisco in the next year or so; seems to be the
> only one that actually *counts* for anything. Mind you knowing every
> core technology out there to byte level isn't exactly a `cap'!
> rescue maillist - rescue at sunhelp.org
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