April 2, 2012 Leave a comment
Studying for the Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) exam has been an on-again-off-again thing. About a month ago I decided to get serious. As I’ve been studying and reading, I’ve been writing blog posts rather than simply taking notes. Creating blog posts is helping keep my attention focused and my motivation high. I feel guilty if I’m not working on a post, which means I’m forced to get the books out and work through the material.
I’m also hoping that my posts will provide value to those preparing to take Red Hat certification exams, and that’s why I’m launching a new blog. Rather than mixing RHCSA exam related posts into my technical journal, they will now have their own home at redhatstudyguide.com. My hope is that this will make the posts more accessible while further motivating me to study and write.
In addition to the new blog, I’ll also be maintaining a new Twitter account to help promote and share the blog: @redhatstudy. If you’re working on the RHCSA or just want to learn more about Red Hat and Linux in general, please check out the blog and follow along on Twitter.
chouseknecht.com will continue to serve as my technical journal. Over the next little while you will see it cover more practical applications in Oracle, PeopleSoft, MySql, Perl and shell script. More journal and less study guide. So by all means, please check out the new blog, but don’t un-bookmark this one. It’s not done yet!