Was wondering how long does it take to become an entry level Linux or Unix administrator? I mean what is the minimum time required to be able to seek for a job at an entry level.
Thanks for your time.
Hi. I have never used Unix before but I want to learn now because one day I want to get a certificate and get a job as a Unix or Linux administrator. Can anyone suggest some good books for beginners in Unix. Thank you in advance.
What countries in Europe are the easiest to obtain a work visa for non-EU Citizen?
Here is my scenario: I am an Indian Citizen currently located in Italy for a Master’s degree study program also I am a experienced Unix Systems Administrator with a strong technical support background of IT infrastructure. now I am actively looking for a permanent /contract job position in UNIX/Linux System/Network Support in Europe via sponsorship if possible. Have over 6.9 years experience in a range of related roles. I have done lots of research on the internet and called a few consulates, but am having difficulty obtaining information specific to my situation.
Which countries would I have the best shot at getting a work visa as a non-EU Citizen?
Is there any reliable agency/consultancy in Europe to process work visa?
thanks for any help!!
Let's say a person from America go to Asia, Europe, Africa, South America, or whatever. Do you think it would be easy to get a job since they have Linux Administration experience?
Hi all when setting up some files on an apache server for certian applications I'm asked to create a cron Job. What exactly is a cron job and how do I set them up. For some reason I always get caught on this step. I am still new to this but am learning very quickly.
Linux, SGI and other Unix flavors. What are some employment agencies that cater to IT jobs in Salem OR?
I am 46 , I was told that it will take me 2 years to master PHP/Mysql , what are my option to land a job at least in 1 year? Linux Administration? Windows Administration?
I've been a computer operator for 13 years now. About four years ago I decided to obtain my BS in Information Technology with a concentration in Network Admin. in hopes of moving up from computer operations into a Network Admin type position. However, I'm finding it difficult to find a job as a network admin without the experience behind me. Should I go back to school and get my MS in Management Information Systems, or get a certification? Although, I would hate to get a certification in Cisco technology and a job requires a Microsoft Certification. It would limit me. So, I leave it up to you guys. Which is better, MS MIS, or go for certifications?
What is the job market looking like? What is the best career path for a network administrator? What is the best to learn? CISCO?
Hi, I'm an experienced UNIX System Administrator and would love to work in Japan, does anyone know any good sites/employment agencies? I speak very basic Japanese, so would be good to get into a role that doesn't require fluent Japanese.
I have an interview in next 10 days for linux..Pls suggest what all topics should be covered. I have worked in unix and have a fair knowledge of basic unix commands.
I am working as wireless help desk engineer in 5star hotel. i want to work in Linux administrator.
I am a B.E student(comp sc). I passed out in 2008. I have interview for accentur where the pay pack is 10k-12k /pm. They have 2 rounds of interview . one is telephonic and another one is technical.IS this a call center kind of job? As a B.E student does this work experience count?
I have been looking for work and really need it bad. I don't want to take a job from some company and not be able to do the work or just be in over my head. But I was offered a position as a system admin. But it has been a few years (3-4) since I have worked in that capacity.
Well i am going to get certified on
Microsoft Server 2008
Admin on Server 2003
engineer on server 2003
certified consumer support and enterprise technician
im also planning on doing
cisco network associate
If yes , how should I proceed? I have some PC knowledge , I know how to work around PCs , did a little bit of web design etc...
Should I take the path of a certification? I have home 2 PCs , 1 with Server 2003 , the other is XP pro , I also have another drive with Ubuntu 7.10. How long will it take me to get there & find a job? Thank you .
PS: I am willing to start as Tech 1 to get a position .
My mom's job gave her a Windows XP Pro Laptop and we don't know the administrator password. Is there a way to get on? I even tried booting in safe mode and it still didn't work
I want to become a computer engineer, I'm currently learning A+ from TestOut's CompTIA's A+ program.
What are the requirments of becomming a computer engineer?
What math level do I need and crap like that?
Where can I find a computer engineering job? (Near San Jose)
Are there any programs(not books) out there that can help me? (Even ones that you have to buy)
I want to be a hardware engineer, where I design parts and build them and crap.
I am planning to be a database administrator and I'm thinking to get a certificate for that. I already know the classes that I need to take but I'm not sure if the "oracle, linux, unix" are programming classes... I'm really really bad at math, and I always hear that a person has to be good in math to be a programmer ( or at least to make programs ). Can somebody tell me the if these (oracle, linux, unix) classes are gonna be programming??? Thanks.
That don't have anything to do with computer programing.