Daily Deal: Microsoft Certified Solutions Engineer Server Infrastructure Bundle

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Take your IT career to the next level and ready yourself for the MCSE exam with 92% off of the Microsoft Certified Solutions Engineer: Server Infrastructure Bundle. Over the 5 courses, you will learn how to install, configure and administer Windows Server 2012. Complete the courses at your own pace and by the end, you’ll be ready to take the MCSE exam and get that certification to help beef up your resume.

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RD says:

Re: Certifications are not a good measure of ones skills

Passing certifications means the difference between shite Helpdesk jobs and SysAdmin jobs, no matter what you or I think of the uselessness of a piece of paper vs. actual experience. Hiring IT managers won’t even call you back without certs except for $10/hr entry level craphole jobs, and even then they want at least A+ these days.

Anonymous Coward says:

Re: Re: Certifications are not a good measure of ones skills

I’ve known people who own their own IT businesses (some even have employees under them) that make more money than they could ever make (or have ever made) working for someone else. Granted, most of them do have a college education in a field such as computer science or related. But the point is, just like with any business, the only thing you really need are the clients, the know how (and even then in some situations the know how can just be someone you hire), and the required licensing as necessary by law and the rest flows from there

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