career in MCSE

Discussion in 'MCSE' started by david, Nov 29, 2003.

  1. david

    david Guest

    Hello Guys,

    I am a planning to go for MCSE W2k3. But, I am a commerce
    bacground guy. I do have few technical knowledge. However,
    i am 23 and would it good if i go for this.

    I need your opinion guys. Let me know what do you think.
    If you think yes, then also provide me with the best
    resource I can utiliZe to make a career.

    Any help is muchly appreciated.

    regards
    david
     
    david, Nov 29, 2003
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  2. david

    Mohan Guest

    hello guy,
    first try to invest some money from somewhere, and study.
    After that you can enter in some copany as a trainy. You
    know in MCSE we studying all the stuffs you need to know
    abot the newtorking. so after that you will get an overall
    idea about networking...and start studying something like
    RHCE or CCNA or work..without anybodys help...
    >-----Original Message-----
    >Hello Guys,
    >
    >I am a planning to go for MCSE W2k3. But, I am a

    commerce
    >bacground guy. I do have few technical knowledge.

    However,
    >i am 23 and would it good if i go for this.
    >
    >I need your opinion guys. Let me know what do you think.
    >If you think yes, then also provide me with the best
    >resource I can utiliZe to make a career.
    >
    >Any help is muchly appreciated.
    >
    >regards
    >david
    >.
    >
     
    Mohan, Nov 29, 2003
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  3. david

    Bigmaggot Guest

    MCSE counts for nothing if you don't have experience. Get yourself in a job
    first and then start studying.

    Andy

    "david" <> wrote in message
    news:925301c3b627$6c0802f0$...
    > Hello Guys,
    >
    > I am a planning to go for MCSE W2k3. But, I am a commerce
    > bacground guy. I do have few technical knowledge. However,
    > i am 23 and would it good if i go for this.
    >
    > I need your opinion guys. Let me know what do you think.
    > If you think yes, then also provide me with the best
    > resource I can utiliZe to make a career.
    >
    > Any help is muchly appreciated.
    >
    > regards
    > david
     
    Bigmaggot, Nov 29, 2003
    #3
  4. david

    Emil Guest

    Hello David,

    The MCSE is not to be taken lightly. It requires years of
    extensive study and experience. After all, you'd become
    an engineer. That's like becoming a doctor specialist.
    Also, the avarage MCSE is 33 years old.

    If you decide to stick with it, then I would suggest avoid
    paying for expensive training courses and getting a job as
    a help desk technician. Then, over the next 5 - 6 years,
    work your way up until you can begin to start looking at
    the MCSE, and perhaps get a bachelors in Information
    Technology along the way.

    Emil




    >-----Original Message-----
    >Hello Guys,
    >
    >I am a planning to go for MCSE W2k3. But, I am a

    commerce
    >bacground guy. I do have few technical knowledge.

    However,
    >i am 23 and would it good if i go for this.
    >
    >I need your opinion guys. Let me know what do you think.
    >If you think yes, then also provide me with the best
    >resource I can utiliZe to make a career.
    >
    >Any help is muchly appreciated.
    >
    >regards
    >david
    >.
    >
     
    Emil, Nov 29, 2003
    #4
  5. david

    neo Guest

    Hi Dave,

    Most of the companies look for an IT background like
    Computer Engineering as the basic criteria. So, even if
    you take MCSE, you wont get through these companies. But
    there are companies that do take people with certs alone
    also. So, its basically upto you to research and find out
    what the companies in your area look for.


    Best of luck.
    NEO>
    >-----Original Message-----
    >Hello Guys,
    >
    >I am a planning to go for MCSE W2k3. But, I am a

    commerce
    >bacground guy. I do have few technical knowledge.

    However,
    >i am 23 and would it good if i go for this.
    >
    >I need your opinion guys. Let me know what do you think.
    >If you think yes, then also provide me with the best
    >resource I can utiliZe to make a career.
    >
    >Any help is muchly appreciated.
    >
    >regards
    >david
    >.
    >
     
    neo, Nov 30, 2003
    #5
  6. david

    Rowdy Yates Guest

    ha..ha..ha..ha...ha....lol..lol..lol..lol.... :)

    "Emil" wrote:
    <snip>
    > an engineer. That's like becoming a doctor specialist.
    > Also, the avarage MCSE is 33 years old.

    </snip>

    ha..ha..ha..ha...ha....lol..lol..lol..lol.... :)

    "Emil" also wrote:
    <snip>
    > Then, over the next 5 - 6 years,
    > work your way up until you can begin to start looking at
    > the MCSE, and perhaps get a bachelors in Information
    > Technology along the way.

    </snip>

    ha..ha..ha..ha...ha....lol..lol..lol..lol.... :)
    ha..ha..ha..ha...ha....lol..lol..lol..lol.... :)
    ha..ha..ha..ha...ha....lol..lol..lol..lol.... :)

    RY, MCSE
     
    Rowdy Yates, Dec 1, 2003
    #6
  7. david

    Rowdy Yates Guest

    on a serious note. the mcse is a vendor certification that helps you prove
    to employer that you know how to use microsoft products microsoft's way.
    it's a good experiece to go through, both for personal achievement
    satisfaction and professional advancement. it also costs an arm & a leg.
    MCSE 2003 is 8 exams now.

    true, it's made up of 8 fairly easy exams compared to other vendors 1 or 2
    really hard exams, but it's still a hell of a lot of exams for a
    certification. goto www.cramsessions.com and compare requirements.

    it's a huge financial and personal commitment, do it only if you KNOW you
    want to be working on microsoft products.

    RY, MCSE
     
    Rowdy Yates, Dec 1, 2003
    #7
  8. david

    Rowdy Yates Guest

    oops, sorry about that. the proper link is "www.cramsession.com".
     
    Rowdy Yates, Dec 1, 2003
    #8
  9. david

    showgun Guest

    I dint know if your "special" or something but last time i
    checked it was 7 exams for the MCSE but best of luck on
    your 8th exam
    >-----Original Message-----
    >on a serious note. the mcse is a vendor certification

    that helps you prove
    >to employer that you know how to use microsoft products

    microsoft's way.
    >it's a good experiece to go through, both for personal

    achievement
    >satisfaction and professional advancement. it also costs

    an arm & a leg.
    >MCSE 2003 is 8 exams now.
    >
    >true, it's made up of 8 fairly easy exams compared to

    other vendors 1 or 2
    >really hard exams, but it's still a hell of a lot of

    exams for a
    >certification. goto www.cramsessions.com and compare

    requirements.
    >
    >it's a huge financial and personal commitment, do it only

    if you KNOW you
    >want to be working on microsoft products.
    >
    >RY, MCSE
    >.
    >
     
    showgun, Dec 1, 2003
    #9
  10. david

    Kline Sphere Guest

    lol [a lot]!
    On Sun, 30 Nov 2003 23:52:20 -0800, Rowdy Yates
    <> wrote:

    >ha..ha..ha..ha...ha....lol..lol..lol..lol.... :)
    >
    >"Emil" wrote:
    ><snip>
    >> an engineer. That's like becoming a doctor specialist.
    >> Also, the avarage MCSE is 33 years old.

    ></snip>
    >
    >ha..ha..ha..ha...ha....lol..lol..lol..lol.... :)
    >
    >"Emil" also wrote:
    ><snip>
    >> Then, over the next 5 - 6 years,
    >> work your way up until you can begin to start looking at
    >> the MCSE, and perhaps get a bachelors in Information
    >> Technology along the way.

    ></snip>
    >
    >ha..ha..ha..ha...ha....lol..lol..lol..lol.... :)
    >ha..ha..ha..ha...ha....lol..lol..lol..lol.... :)
    >ha..ha..ha..ha...ha....lol..lol..lol..lol.... :)
    >
    >RY, MCSE
     
    Kline Sphere, Dec 1, 2003
    #10
  11. david

    Rowdy Yates Guest

    it's going up to 8. just wait & see.

    RY, MCSE

    "showgun" <> wrote in news:054901c3b7e5
    $f6f3c330$:

    > I dint know if your "special" or something but last time i
    > checked it was 7 exams for the MCSE but best of luck on
    > your 8th exam
     
    Rowdy Yates, Dec 1, 2003
    #11
  12. david

    DTrask Guest

    Dave

    Start studying and getting a job, once you got a MCP it shows to
    potential employer that you are in the IT field, it doesnt say I kno
    everything like `the paper MCSE`( joke) and not know anything. Star
    studying and looking for a job, that gives you the oportunity to learn
    Some employers pay your exam fee if you pass. MCSE track can b
    expensive other wise. Not just for the material and exams, but having
    home network for studying, it consumes alot of time.

    Hope that speal helped

    Dir

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    DTrask, Dec 4, 2003
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