In this series of posts I will document my journey to getting my RHCE certification. Since I don’t hold any Redhat certifications yet, I’ll be taking on the RHCSA and RHCE exams. In this blog I will try and document as much about my lab environment, exercises and things I’m learning as possible. Truth be told, I’m in love with technology and there is just so much cool stuff out there that sometimes it’s hard to stick to something without getting sidetracked. I’m hoping that by staring a blog series about my RHCE learning path that I won’t get sidetracked too much.
I have been using Linux for almost 20 years now, making my first steps with Corel Linux (yeah, you should check that out 😉 So you can hardly call me a Linux newbie but I wouldn’t call myself an expert either. I can really handle myself on a Linux desktop and server, feeling confident with things like LVM, iptables, automating using Ansible and other great (and fun!) technology. But there is a lot of other stuff out there I’m not so comfortable with (yet).
This doesn’t mean a break from development or infosec for me but I view it as an extra layer of knowledge I’m adding to help me out when taking on all those great projects.