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My RHCSA certificate

Hi every one.

    I created this post last week before my RHCSA exam. Firstly i want write how i become RHCSA. I got some certificates including sport related certificates. My first certificate was CCNA for geting this it took for me about 3 years. Last year of my bachelour degree i began interesting in networking. Of course why , because i fill in lov ewith command promt. From networking it took me to the world of open source . First distro i installed on my pc was Ubuntu . I still you Ubuntu. Beacuse it has most friendly interface. From that time firstly i interested in LPIC certificates which one i got last year. While passing my CompTIA Linux+. Be honestly i made mistake getting this certificate. Itself its not bad cert . While preparing this certificate you learn a lot. Also i read Sanders RHEL cert guide. Which helped me a lot passing my RHCSA.
     Let's talk about exam day. Whole night i was unable sleep. In my dreams i only see "lvreduce" command. Which was my nightmare. I scheduled exam to 10:00 AM . Exam lasts 2:30 hours. But 1:30 hours was enough for me. After exam it took about 2 days. 30 June night i got that mail. The feelings was amaizing. My exam result  300/300 (100%). After results i got more motivated and inspired. For future planing get RHCE certificaion. That's all.


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