Automated DLR conflict detection
meuon at highertech.net
Mon Dec 31 11:03:05 UTC 2001
> forced to hire CCIE's instead of JCIE's? Would I be better getting a
> JCIE because there are rarer? I noticed several CCIE's rising to defend
> their certification, but not a single JCIE.
I would contend there are a few more CCIE's than JCIE's and in a real
world large company hiring situation you face a few possible scenerios:
1. The commitee to revise job requirements has not met.
2. The manager requesting the position through HR is clueless.
3. HR is clueless, and just cut-and-pasted a similiar job ad.
4. They know exactly what they are doing, and the person they
really want to hire happens to be CCIE, and they figure he/she
can read the Juniper manuals until they get the JCIE.
By the way.. I am thinking of using a Juniper M5 for a channelized DS3
interface to a local CLEC (serving data to frac T1 customers).
Any good/bad comments?
As for getting the JCIE because they are rarer.. that's just wrong.
Get what you need and can use where you want to live.
Rare (and now useless) certifications include:
CBET #2750 (ASHE Certified BioMedical Electronics Technician)
CCE #2750 (ASHE Certified Clinical Engineer)
Irix Linear Phased Array Ultrasound Certified Technician
Sharplan CO2 Laser Certified Technician
GE 3 Phase X-Ray...
ad infiniteum ad nauseum
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