What's new in certification?

Wednesday, 5 November 2003, 11:17 AM EST

Technology is constantly evolving and bringing with it a requirement for new skills and abilities. With the purpose of certification being to verify that an individual has an authenticated level of acumen/proficiency, there is never an end to the stream of new certifications that vendors release or update. This month, the focus is on new and upcoming certifications that should be of relevance to UnixReview readers. There are three distinct categories: engineer-level, desktop, and security certifications. I'll follow the discussion of each category with a few predictions on what I see coming down the pike.

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