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    Default VCAP 4 jobs .. ever seen any ?

    Just wondering if anyone ever saw a job offer where VCAP was a requirement (mainly UK) ?
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    Nope. Doesn't put me off working towards one though
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    Quote Originally Posted by bertieb View Post
    Nope. Doesn't put me off working towards one though
    True true ... I'd love to do either CCNA or VCAP. CCNA is probably more in demand whereas VCAP is what I probably enjoy most .. .

    Guess I go what I enjoy most
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gomjaba View Post
    True true ... I'd love to do either CCNA or VCAP. CCNA is probably more in demand whereas VCAP is what I probably enjoy most .. .

    Guess I go what I enjoy most
    I completely agree. Well, sort of. Work towards both like me

    I guess the VCAP may start appearing in job listings in the future. It's a newish cert and people are just about getting used to the MCITP........

    My main motivation with the VCAP is enjoyment/interest, learning some of the more obscure elements of vSphere as well as trying to distinguish myself a little bit from the ever increasing number of VCPs in the world. I'm loving it to be honest, VMware is pretty much all that floats my boat at the moment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bertieb View Post
    I completely agree. Well, sort of. Work towards both like me

    I guess the VCAP may start appearing in job listings in the future. It's a newish cert and people are just about getting used to the MCITP........

    My main motivation with the VCAP is enjoyment/interest, learning some of the more obscure elements of vSphere as well as trying to distinguish myself a little bit from the ever increasing number of VCPs in the world. I'm loving it to be honest, VMware is pretty much all that floats my boat at the moment.
    Yea mine too .. looking for a good excuse to improve my troubleshooting / CLI knowledge

    I work on vSphere cluster every day which is great and I enjoy - just today I installed two new cluster for customer and comissioned two Dell SANs so I am in my element .... I am also happy that my company buys all the trainsignal CBTs, Troubleshooting and PowerCLI has been shipped today \o/
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    I've one job posting for VCAP in the US for a consulting firm.
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    I've seen some listing with it, but not as a requirement. It more of a preferred cert listing. It will take some time to come around. I think there are less than 250 each of the VCAP-DCD and VCAP-DCA's right now and some people hold both.
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