ajgan1 at rediffmail.com
Wed Aug 7 00:45:43 EDT 2002
What I meant was, I do not have programming experience in the
sense, not as a part of my actual job in IT, but I do know some of
the programming languages by practice at home. In the same way, If
I practice Linux programming at home or any where during my free
time and get certified, can I get good break on Linux prgming?
inspite of me being a software Tester? since I really want to do
On Tue, 06 Aug 2002 R.R. Gerbrands wrote :
>Couldn't said it better, Ed.
>Besides: "P.S. Don't try to pass the LPI exams without using
>it's not an mcse level ;)
>At 23:00 5-8-02 -0700, you wrote:
>>Level 1 will be difficult to pass without some hands on
>>all the objectives listed. It is not an easy test for a new
>>You might want to consider using Linux while you study. If you
>>comfortable with understanding the objectives, then let that be
>>guide. If you want to start with entry level type
>>might consider starting with Linux+ then moving to LPIC1 and by
>>will know when you are ready for level 2.
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