Red Hat Certification is proud to announce a new way to display your Red Hat certifications: Red Hat Certification badges.
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According to a recent survey about the state of open source jobs featured on opensource.com, the majority of hiring managers surveyed see an increase in hiring for open source talent over other roles in the next six months. This is great news for all of us in open source. The catch? Eighty-seven percent of those same hiring managers reported that attracting candidates with the right skills and expertise is a challenge.
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IT industry is one that continues to grow and evolve as new innovations are developed. The pinnacle of expertise, The Red Hat® Certified Architect program is continuously improving to accommodate these demands to make sure that our certified professionals exceed the standards of today’s market.
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Red Hat Certification has worked to make sure that IT professionals are certified to show they are proficient in their chosen field and to ensure employers hire the best candidates to solve problems and complete IT projects effectively and efficiently.
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A fresh take on a core course in our Red Hat Enterprise Linux portfolio was introduced in late March 2016. Red Hat Enterprise Linux Diagnostics and Troubleshooting (RH342), a four day course, and a replacement and complete rewrite of our former “Red Hat Enterprise Linux Troubleshooting” (RH242) course which was available on Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 6.
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Written by Randy Russell, Director of Certification
CIO.com recently listed Red Hat Certified JBoss Developer (RHCJD) among “The Seven Mobile Development Skills that Will Increase Your Pay.”
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