The names we use for certifications are important. They should communicate clearly what they represent someone can do and how they relate to one another. Three years ago we made some policy and structure changes to provide more flexibility and choices for people participating in the certification program. We are now making another choice to make Red Hat Certification a better tool for IT professionals and for organizations that use Red Hat technologies.
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Since 2006, Red Hat has recognized Red Hat Certified Professionals who demonstrate ingenuity, hard work, and expertise using Red Hat technologies. Red Hat is accepting submissions November 1st through January 19, 2018. To enter to win, tell how Red Hat Certification has helped your career and how you have used your skills and knowledge to produce results for your organization. You can also submit a nomination for another RHCP.
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The distinction of being a Red Hat Certified Professional validates your skills using Red Hat technologies. However, this validation is of limited use if the only people who know about it are you and Red Hat. We offer many ways for you to showcase your certified status.
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Red Hat is accepting nominations for the Red Hat Certified Professional of the Year contest for 2017 starting on December 1, 2016 and will continue accepting them through February 17, 2017.
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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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The Red Hat Certification program is pleased to announce that Carl Thompson, principal architect at Rackspace, has been named the 2015 Red Hat Certified Professional of the Year. The award honors a Red Hat Certified Professional who demonstrates ingenuity, hard work, and expertise. The award was presented to Thompson at Red Hat Summit 2015, which took place June 23-26 in Boston.
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by Rafael Guimarães, 2013 Red Hat Certified Professional of the Year
Since the day Red Hat asked me to write down some lines for this blog, I have been wondering what should I write about. At first, I though I should write about my future perspectives and which certifications I still wanna pursue, but then I realized that possibly no one would be interested on that. So, I decided to write a few lines about how I decided to share my story with Red Hat for the 2013 RHCP of the Year contest. Maybe that could make other RHCPs like me more excited to do the same.
Well, everything begun when I received an email from Red Hat advertising the 2013 RHCP of the Year contest. At first it seemed to me like one of these contests that I would have no chance at all. Why would someone choose my story over several others all over the world? Luckily I was on vacation, with a free agenda, and I decided to spend some time writing for the contest. Why not? Spending one hour on this wouldn’t hurt me. So I did it and, after sending my contribution, I totally forgot about the subject, after all, I had absolutely no chance.
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