[lpi-discuss] how about LPIC-2 ?
Bryan J. Smith
b.j.smith at ieee.org
Mon Nov 7 18:46:20 EST 2005
Etienne Goyer <etienne.goyer at videotron.ca> wrote:
> That's pretty damn big. Is it documented anywhere ?
Nope. It's from the very early days of the MCSE program.
Being an original NT 3.1 beta-tester and seeing things very
early on (prior to 1994), it was one of the reasons I
despised the program when it came out a few years later.
Someone told me of their first-hand experience with it -- he
couldn't believe when it auto-corrected his answers.
There is nothing illegal about it.
Microsoft controls the credentials.
It's theirs to do with whatever they please.
And they wanted to ramp up as many MCSE consultants as were
CNE consultants in their first year. Digital was their main
partner (because they basically wrote NT, let alone
understood it better than Microsoft -- long story -- and that
includes 64-bit). Microsoft's return on the bargain was to
support the Alpha chip and see that Digital had the most
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