In the beginning of june, I decided to attend the RHCSA Rapid Track Course including the exam (RH200).
I did it first of all because I got the offer, to get the course and exam, but also because I would like to have some kind of certificate, and since I like linux a lot (and RHEL based systems in general), I took the chance.
I actually enjoyed the course a lot, because there was stuff to read about, but also to get more used to some tools in RHEL, and general speed up the process of doing things. I was together with a bunch of colleagues to take the exam, and we all passed. The exam was pretty straight forward, just read the damn questions, and don’t make mistakes or waste your time.
I left the exam, while we still had 1 hour left (exam is 2.5 hours), and had a great feeling, that it went good. And it surely did.
I want to take the RHCE as well at some point, to get more challenged, but if you get the offer to take the RHCSA exam at least, I wouldn’t say no.
So I’m officially a Red Hat Certified System Administrator now! 🙂