[thelist] Certification

Ben Dyer ben_dyer at imaginuity.com
Thu Mar 22 08:51:48 CST 2001

How about iNet+ certification?  Don't know much about it, except it's put 
out by CompTIA (www.comptia.com ?) who are the same people that do the A+ 
and Network+ certifications.  Supposed to be vendor neutral, but I'm not 
sure how useful it is.


At 08:53 PM 3/21/01, you wrote:
>I have been working at a local ISP going on 3 years and lately have
>begun to admire our System Administrator due to the fact that almost
>ever 4 or 5 months he achieves a new admin certification. First it was
>CCNA. Then came CCNP. And now he is up for his CCDA test.
>Question is: Does anyone know of such recognizeable certifications that
>we, as web designers/developers may qualify for? If so, how do we get
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Ben Dyer
Senior Internet Developer
Imaginuity Interactive

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