24x7 Support Strategies
leigh.porter at ukbroadband.com
Thu Jun 14 11:57:17 UTC 2007
Even my recent experience says no here. I had a CCIE (written..!) in for
an interview and, well, I am not sure how he managed to get CCIE written
but he sure as hell didn't know much.
There are some useful qualifications for ISP potential employees that
the LINX provide in conjunction with some training companies, these are
good for NOC or junior engineers but at the end of the routing table
there's no substitute for getting people who have had a few years to
screw up other people's networks and learn what not to do..
Neil J. McRae wrote:
> I doubt it maybe training companies!
> A number of vendors have grades to meet. So X number of certified experts
> mean better deals from said vendor.
>> Does anybody actually put any stock in the presence or absence of
>> vendor certifications on a resume when judging the capabilities of an
>> There's no correlation between certification and capability, in my
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