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Linux Certifications

Although I do not have much person experience, mostly entry level stuff from the recent job search.  But from what I have seen in the past six months, certs are much less valuable in the unix world than they are in the microsoft or cisco world.  Most of the unix possitions I saw seemed to want experience and/or a Bachelors. Few low to mid level possitions mentioned certs, though I suspect having them on the resume would only be a plus.  In contast most of the microsoft possitions mentioned certs.

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-----Original Message-----
From: Derek Martin <invalid-yPs96gJSFQo51KKgMmcfiw at>
Date: Wed, 27 Jan 2010 10:56:10 
To: Richard Chonak<rac-7q86n6wRh+gPnHn3N7+5xA at>
Cc: <discuss-mNDKBlG2WHs at>
Subject: Re: Linux Certifications

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