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    Quote Originally Posted by bighornsheep
    Slightly off topic, charter member means he achieve the certificate "early" in the release of the exams. I believe it's the first 5000 members.
    so am I suppose to keep this charter member certificate for my job Interview or do I just produce the normal certificate (non-charter member)?

    I'm so confused
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    Quote Originally Posted by nama
    so am I suppose to keep this charter member certificate for my job Interview or do I just produce the normal certificate (non-charter member)?

    I'm so confused
    umm....It makes no difference whether you were certified as a charter member or not. All it says is that you got certified before alot of people. It's the same requirements, same exam objectives, same exam blueprint. It's only a matter of when you were certified.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bighornsheep
    umm....It makes no difference whether you were certified as a charter member or not. All it says is that you got certified before alot of people. It's the same requirements, same exam objectives, same exam blueprint. It's only a matter of when you were certified.
    alright, thanks
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    Default Just received my MCAS Vista Cert from Certiport today !!!!!!

    See the picture below:

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    Congrats guys

    gomcse2002, the MCAS cert actually looks nice, can't wait for mine

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    Default Trend Micro Certified Security Professional (TCSP)

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    (ISC)2 SSCP certificate and membership card:


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    Default mine

    my mcsa
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    The 2008 and 2003 certificate programs are a bit different. The 2008 Technology Specialist have many different specializations whereas the 2003 only have one generic MCP certification. No matter if you had passed 270, 290, 291, 293, etc, etc you would still get the generic MCP certification.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drthtater
    Woo hoo!

    No watermarks! Gonna go print these out and skip the classes!




    On a serious note, you may want to put watermarks on there to prevent such a thing from happening.


    LOL :P :P :P You're naughty :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by LifelongLearner
    Quote Originally Posted by drthtater
    Woo hoo!

    No watermarks! Gonna go print these out and skip the classes!




    On a serious note, you may want to put watermarks on there to prevent such a thing from happening.


    LOL :P :P :P You're naughty :P
    idk, that CCNP cert looks pretty nice...
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    my mcsa
    the "red" color certification is no longer available?
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    my mcsa
    MCSA:MESSANGING this is you third certification?
    if you take for Security, you next welcome kit show in the first line MCP, MCSA, MCSA:MESSANGING, and the second line MCSA:SECURITY ?
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    How does the newest CompTIA-certificates look like? I found this image from 2006 - does it look the same way today?

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    I got mine 1 year ago and it looks exactly like that one. Looks kinda cheap if you ask me.
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    I received my Security+ in August, and that is the form that they used. Our new techs at work are getting A+, and their certs are also the same form.

    I liked the look of the old ones better, but a cert is a cert.
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    I do not understand why people think the new MS certs look bad. That's a very nice looking paper, there. Cisco is like 3rd world by comparison.
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    ^^ it's the puke green\orange! Other than that I like. You will notice Ballmer is signing now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Boz View Post
    I do not understand why people think the new MS certs look bad. That's a very nice looking paper, there. Cisco is like 3rd world by comparison.

    I agree. I'd be happy if Cisco went with a similar color/layout.
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    ^^ Certification valid until 12/31/2020?
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    ^^ Certification valid until 12/31/2020?
    Well, telco companies offer "unlimited data access" which is actually capped at 5GB/month, so a "life-time cert" may indeed expire after 11 years.
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    I was going to suggest that it was similar to the new CompTIA certifications that mention an expiration date for the content covered. But I would think 2020 is a long time for a content change on a wireless certification test.
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    My SANS GCFW plaque came in today. It's pretty high quality - lots of bling

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