This past week, I was at the RHCE Rapid Track training, that’s why I haven’t been really posting anything to the blog.
It has been a pretty intense week, my co workers and I spent quite a lot of time studying for the exam. the material itself was mostly familiar, it’s mostly the details, and the fear of the unknown at the exam.
Eventually, I found out, and it wasn’t as bad as I thought it was going to be. Concepts weren’t too hard, but neglecting to really carefully read the instructions can cost you the exam. Of course, the the difficulty level of the exam will probably directly depend on your level of knowledge of the different services and configurations.
A word about the rapid course… It’s awesome if you’re a fast paced person, and if you have some UNIX experience prior to going to the class. If you don’t have any experience in UNIX, do not take the rapid track course, I think that you would be lost, or over worked, and would not have enough to let any of the information to sink in.
If you are thinking of taking that course or the test, and you would like to know more, I’d be happy to tell you more about it.
p.s: Please be aware that I cannot divulge any information that is on the exam as I am bound by the confidentiality agreement that I signed prior to the exam, so please do not ask any specific questions about the exam itself, anything else is game though.