0

I just passed my Lotus Notes R4 Sys Admin 1 test with a score of 85% (required score: 64%). Having never touched a LN network, live or test, in an admin capacity and teaching myself only on my stand alone Win98 PC (YES, WINDOWS '98 >:( ) I don't think I did too shabbily! 8) Of course that Specialist cert, the one I got for R4 Developer 1 last year & 50cents won't buy me a cup of coffee, since the R4 certs are being retired on Monday (09/30/02), but at least it starts me back on the LN road. next up: full PCLP (Principal Certified Lotus Professional) certs for R5 - 0 down & only 8 to go for both sides of the fence; wish me luck! ;D

4
Contributors
13
Replies
15
Views
15 Years
Discussion Span
Last Post by aeinstein
0

Good job man! Congrats. I'm still waiting some time until I take the new ColdFusion MX Certification exam. I was going to take the ColdFusion5 exam this past summer, but I found out they were going to discontinue the certification and replace it with a new one starting Jan 1, 2003. They are also changing the format of the exam, and now it's even longer. Oh well. After that I plan on taking the Java Certification exam from Sun, which I heard was a pain on both ass cheeks. We'll see how it goes.

Good luck on your next exam!

0

Congrats aeinstein, nice work! ;) Java2 is on my list as well - wishing us all some good luck! :D

0

Thanks all! Good luck inscissor! I think getting that 5 cert wouldnt hurt you - it'll add to ur resume & it'll prep u for the MX cert . granted, there'll be alot of different stuff on it, but there's also going to be alot of the same stuff on the new cert as they've got to give at least the illusion of backward compatiblity. Thats why I took the R4 cert knowing its going to be retired in a couple of days: resume fodder and i know at least 60% of it will be applicable to R5. after all, they'ver upgraded their software, not reinvented the wheel!!! ;D Either way bro, thanks again & good luck w/Cold Fusion/Java/whereever your ITcentric heart takes ya! LOL! :)

0

It'll hurt my wallet. :P But it will pay off in a way. They did a hell of a lot of changes in the new version of CF, now being Java based. Macromedia also has certification for Dreamweaver and Flash, which would be neat to take.

0

Dreamweaver cert?! HMMMMM!!! i LIKE that prog! will DEFINITELY look into that... thanks 4 the 411 8)

0

No problem. Sounds like it would be easy getting the certification... sounds like it anyways, I never really took a sample test. I looked at some questions from a workbook and they were HTML/CSS questions.

0

No problem. Sounds like it would be easy getting the certification... sounds like it anyways, I never really took a sample test. I looked at some questions from a workbook and they were HTML/CSS questions.

Hey... where do you take these? My dad wants me to take SOOo many certs this year!! Eek!!

0

basically check the website of the product vendor ur interested in gettin cert'd in, theyll tell u. very pop testing co wud be www.prometric.com Good Preparations :!:

0

Sorry bout that .... there was a period at the end of the URL :shock: See what happens when ya let the forum parse and auto-link for ya?

This topic has been dead for over six months. Start a new discussion instead.
Have something to contribute to this discussion? Please be thoughtful, detailed and courteous, and be sure to adhere to our posting rules.