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DO407 + exam
DO290 - no exam

DO180 - no exam

RH342 + exam

Finished DO280 - but did not pass the exam... 

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completed JB440 Red Hat JBoss AMQ Administration

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Hi,

 

I have been involved with Red Hat courses and exams for more than 10 years now.

I had been RHCE on version 5, 6 and 7; with 3 CoEs. Unfortunately all are not current now.

I was 2 CoEs short from RHCA; but now I need to rewrite the exams. Fortunately, the knowledge is still there as I use it regularly in consultant works.

To answer the question I have taken classes and exams (cutting since 2015): EX200, EX300, RH413, EX413, RH318, EX318, RH436, EX436, RH401 and RH442.

I am aiming to (re)write during the coming 18 months the following (hopedully in that order): EX200, EX300, EX442, EX236, EX362, EX318, EX405, EX342and EX415.

I am actually putting as side EX407, as it seems it will be included with RHCE based on RHEL 8.

It will required from me a lot of work, time, focus and dedication, and a lot of money. To reduce the costs, I am skipping the courses, and hope that from my daily work exposures and studies I will succeed.

Tshimanga

 

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DO407R, the new (well, new-ish) ansible training course. 
I have an exam coming up on the older version, and I know I should have done the older training (that older version has videos too). But I use the newer version at work, and wedging that training into my brain has already come in useful. 

 

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RH354

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Hi Deanna,

I finish the RH124 course,   -->   next RH134

regards!

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I have been QA'ing a lot of courses lately, and have been one of the main authors for some:

  • RH362 - as an author. This is definitely the hardest course I worked on. But this is great course for people wanting to learn more about identity management and security.
  • DO180 - I love this course. This is a great introduction to containers
  • DO280 - as an author
  • DO380 - as an author. Definitely an advanced course
  • RH199 (Rapid track)
  • Currently taking the RH259 (RHEL 8)
  • DO447
  • DO425 - as an author (my favorite course Smiley Wink ) I have learned a lot while working on this project.
  • DO417 - as an author. Great intro to Ansible
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After Ansible, I'm moving onto Openshift. Completed DO180, moving onto DO280, both video classrooms taught by (hosted by?) Grega Bremec. Who is possibly loitering round here as the moderator Benko.

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Eek! I have been busted! Smiley Very Happy

Welcome, Nick!

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