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Microsoft (MCSE, MCSD, MOUS, MCAD) => 70-210 => Topic started by: fastriser on September 15, 2001, 09:31:57 PM



Title: The Most Certified Guy (person) In The World
Post by: fastriser on September 15, 2001, 09:31:57 PM
In 314 days I achieved MCP, MCSE, A+ , NET+, iNET+, CNA , and CCNA.  I am currently working on many others.  My question to all you fellow tech people, is what is the largest amount of certifications you had ever heard of anyone having.  I am going for a lot more! (29 years to retirement)


Title: The Most Certified Guy (person) In The World
Post by: plbass on September 15, 2001, 09:41:27 PM
Well, I have MCP, Net+, and A+ and I have 49 years till retirement. Sigh... working sux. :)


Title: The pin is not that nice
Post by: fastriser on September 15, 2001, 09:43:02 PM
For all the money and time we spent, don't you think Bill ought to sign it personally?????


Title: The Most Certified Guy (person) In The World
Post by: TW2001 on September 16, 2001, 07:56:19 AM
A.Are you in the field?

B.If so how in the world do you find time to study/take all those tests?

C.What is your level of experience?


Title: The Most Certified Guy (person) In The World
Post by: Kasor on September 16, 2001, 05:11:23 PM
LOLLLLLL. .....


Title: The Most Certified Guy (person) In The World
Post by: Joe Blacke on September 16, 2001, 07:42:41 PM
If you were able to manage the arduous task of passing the litany of tests required to obtain those "certifications", how is it that you failed miserably on your 3rd grade spelling and grammar tests.

The word is "knew".  As in to know, or to have knowledge.

"New" is a reference to a unused object.

I don't even dare to delve into the manner in which you have slaughtered the English language by stitching inappropriate words together, in a rare attempt to relate a completely uninteresting thought.

Boy, howdy.  I'm impressed.


Title: Most Certified
Post by: MasterPyrexia on September 17, 2001, 03:53:40 PM
http://www.rsnetworks.net/currentcerts.htm


:)


Title: sorry about spelling
Post by: fastriser on September 17, 2001, 10:10:30 PM
was just a typo.
can spell quite well actually!
have been a teacher for 12 years and under constant pressure to spell correctly.

See, I am a public servant.  I help people improve their lives.  I am not some network admin who demeans people when they don't know how to click on my computer or sits behind a screen all day beacuse he does not have the capacity to communicate with other human beings.

Sorry Joe Black , we can't all be perfect like you.


Title: "an" not a unused object
Post by: fastriser on September 17, 2001, 10:15:53 PM
Even my 6 month old KNows to put an in front of a vowel.  Never use a in front of a word with a vowel.


Title: Joe Black
Post by: fastriser on September 17, 2001, 10:18:19 PM
As in to know, or to have knowledge.

* This sentence is considered a fragment, I suggest you modify it.

                        -fast riser


Title: The Most Certified Guy (person) In The World
Post by: Joe Blacke on September 18, 2001, 12:40:42 PM
Perhaps you should spend less time pontificating, patting yourself on the back, and making yourself such an inviting target in the process, and more time helping others in this forum.

I don't care how many certifications you have.  It doesn't impress me.

Certifications mean very little, but knowledge is another matter.  If you had joined this forum, and made an attempt to help, rather than flaunt your own overindulged sense of self-worth, then I most certantly wouldn't have chosen to engage you in such a confrontational manner.

If you think that this forum is simply a place for you to find an audience to observe your outlandish, self-indulgent, views then, I can assure you that you will receive many additional replies with the same tone as I displayed before.

If you are so incredibly smart, then by all means stop making such an XXX of yourself, and make an attempt to help.  If you make a public statment that implies that you think you're such "hot stuff", then please don't be suprised when someone is all too eager to knock you off your throne.

If you really are a teacher, then perhaps you should go back and reread your replies to me.  You might find more than a few glarring errors.


Title: The Most Certified Guy (person) In The World
Post by: chodan on September 18, 2001, 08:23:46 PM
It Looks like Joe has a case of sour grapes hehe.
 I for one applaud your level of commitment.
 Mr. Blacke doesn‘«÷t seem to have any certifications or is ashamed "or to lazy" to put them on his profile.
 Perhaps if he spent less time correcting others grammar and started studying he might find time to post them.
Jonathan Foster


Title: Funny
Post by: chad_tech on September 19, 2001, 05:57:51 PM
:) You both seem to have enough intelligence in one area or another to make the points you made.  Good job to both of you.  

BTW

Joe Blacke

What exactly do you do for a living?  If you don't mind my asking, just curious.  
:D


Title: Re: Funny
Post by: Joe Blacke on September 19, 2001, 07:10:44 PM
Quote
Originally posted by chad_tech
:)
BTW

Joe Blacke

What exactly do you do for a living?  If you don't mind my asking, just curious.  
:D


Don't mind.

http://examnotes.net/forums/showthread.php?threadid=23623

Quote
Originally posted by chodan
  Mr. Blacke doesn‘«÷t seem to have any certifications or is ashamed "or to lazy" to put them on his profile.  


Why not make an attempt to read the second paragraph in my previous post?  It is the one located directly above your own.


Title: Re: "an" not a unused object
Post by: Stingray5 on September 20, 2001, 05:17:45 PM
Quote
Originally posted by fastriser
Even my 6 month old KNows to put an in front of a vowel.  Never use a in front of a word with a vowel.


Boy, what a useless thread this is. BTW Mr. Teacher, what does this have to do with the 70-210 exam?


Title: The Most Certified Guy (person) In The World
Post by: chodan on September 20, 2001, 07:34:30 PM
I read your post Mr Blacke.
 I just wanted you to see what it was like to be pounced on for doing nothing more than posting the way you pounced on fastriser.
 He made a harmless post and you went out of your way to brow-beat him.
 I think it was uncalled for.
 If you don`t like a post don`t respond especially if it hasn`t harmed anyone.
Jonathan Foster


Title: Re: Re: "an" not a unused object
Post by: Gareth Leung on September 21, 2001, 08:12:43 AM
:confused: :confused: :confused: :confused: Wondering why this related to 71-210 exam?? :confused: :confused: :confused: :confused:


Title: The Most Certified Guy (person) In The World
Post by: plbass on September 21, 2001, 06:18:55 PM
me, fail english? that's unpossible!


Title: The Most Certified Guy (person) In The World
Post by: Joe Blacke on September 22, 2001, 09:25:49 PM
Quote
Originally posted by chodan
I read your post Mr Blacke.
 I just wanted you to see what it was like to be pounced on for doing nothing more than posting the way you pounced on fastriser.
 He made a harmless post and you went out of your way to brow-beat him.
 I think it was uncalled for.
 If you don`t like a post don`t respond especially if it hasn`t harmed anyone.
Jonathan Foster


Oh, why thank you.

You're an amazing piece of work.  I just hope that when you grow up, you can still find the spiderman and superman underoos in your size.



Puhleeeeeeeezzzzzzzzz.  "I just wanted you to see what it was like to be pounced on for doing nothing more than posting the way you pounced on fastriser."  

hahahaha

Yeah, and this is my first day on the earth.


plbass,

Ralph Wiggim is my hero.

Thanks.


Title: The Most Certified Guy (person) In The World
Post by: chodan on September 23, 2001, 06:56:22 PM
Well I guess you put me in my place. hehe
 I guess I should be hurt or something "sob!"
I just can`t bring myself to value much of anything you say though. ;)
 My last post on this thread :)

thanks

_____________
Hendrix
Hey Joe where ya goin with that gun in your hand?


Title: The Most Certified Guy (person) In The World
Post by: vr2zjw on September 24, 2001, 08:30:41 AM
Well, in 12 months, I only achieve 2 certifications which are worth mention.

MCSE in Windows 2000 & CCIE Routing & Switching.


Title: tests on the way .........
Post by: itcisco on September 26, 2001, 11:20:25 PM
Well, i have :

CNE, CNA, MCP NT4, CCSA & CCSE ver 4.1
MCSE 2000 almost done i passed 3 exams in 2 weeks


Title: The Most Certified Guy (person) In The World
Post by: The Ghost on September 28, 2001, 12:16:36 PM
o0 And all this is the reason why Sally from the sales dept. can't access the Exchange server from her 2k pro.....0o


Title: Number of Certs
Post by: bbold on September 28, 2001, 10:45:10 PM
I have a MCSE, CCNA, MCP, A+, N+,CNA and I'm going to take the CIW on 8 Oct and the first of the MCSD test in Nov....

Got 32 years til retirement.....


Title: The Most Certified Guy (person) In The World
Post by: slapyomoma on October 01, 2001, 11:32:31 PM
Quote
For all the money and time we spent, don't you think Bill ought to sign it personally?????


you mean he doesn't? :eek:


Title: Most certified person
Post by: Cooray on October 06, 2001, 04:01:41 AM
I have following certifications CNA,CCNA,CCDA,MCP,CIW,Net+,I-Net+,A+ , so far I haven‘«÷t met any one have more certifications more than me.


Title: The Most Certified Guy (person) In The World
Post by: Soray on October 07, 2001, 04:55:42 PM
OK, the author of this thread is either smart as heck or is one of cheet sheets most valuable customers. So what if you have all of these certs, but how much do you know.


Title: The Most Certified Guy (person) In The World
Post by: Cooray on October 07, 2001, 11:43:33 PM
The only cheet sheet I have is the knowledge I gained through 16 years of experience in IT career.


Title: The Most Certified Guy (person) In The World
Post by: bbold on October 08, 2001, 08:37:20 AM
experience is crucial.....I have 15yrs of experience as a DOD network admin for various systems.....

--The Key is to not stop thinking.....


Title: The Most Certified Guy (person) In The World
Post by: Cooray on October 08, 2001, 10:59:23 PM
I agree with you, well focused thinking and dedication could get you any certification


Title: The Most Certified Guy (person) In The World
Post by: Spid on October 09, 2001, 08:15:05 PM
Quote
Originally posted by Soray
So what if you have all of these certs, but how much do you know.


Well said.


Title: The Most Certified Guy (person) In The World
Post by: Psydefx on January 25, 2002, 03:56:54 PM
A+, Network+, iNet+, CTT+, MCP, MCP+I, MCSE+I, MCSE (2K), MCT, MSS, CCNA, CCDA, CCNP, OCP, CIWA, CIWP, CIW-CI.

Yes, I do teach test taking SKILLS, I also teach train the trainer, I also teach a common sense approach (learn the basics first - i.e. learn the bits and their interactions with memory registers, learn IP, not the charts, but how it works, learn data structures, not the wizards and scripts).
As soon as you focus on the foundation information, what who is doing in their little proprietary world is just a matter of learning their speak...  like going to NY after growing up in TX, same language, different way of saying it.

i am currently endeavoring:
MCSD, MCDBA, MOUS, MCIW, CCIE, OCP (Upgrade to 9i), and ColdFusion from Macromedia.

For those of you who choose to laugh, I have to say that Certifications don't make the money or the person, but they sure do help boost the money after you prove what you know, and if you DO KNOW YOUR STUFF, why not certify?
Result spectrum:
People who don't certify:
1.  Have learned how to market what they do have effectively.
*******OR********
2.  Don't want to invest in their career choice.
*******OR********
3. Can't pass the certification test (this is not ALWAYS a negative (I have 3 contractors who freeze when they see the screen, but wouldn't have anyone else in front of their tasks))
*******OR********
4.  Have a habit of ney-saying other's accomplishments.
*******OR********
5.  Claim a "Moral" problem with a particular vendor.  I personally don't think that I am responsible for another company or individual and their interactions.  I feel that for my customers I just need to know enough about the market to deliniate what is most effective for my customer.

If anyone knows other reasonable results, please contact me.  Otherwise, it's a great deal easier to get your stuff done when you have a positive outlook toward the industry in which you work!:)

Thanks for the soap box.


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