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  1. Reticulating splines... iBrokeIT's Avatar
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    I came to TE with the link to the graphic in my clipboard and the thread's already there!

    Somehow I've managed to fit myself into that 13% group
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    ~4500 worldwide. Not bad. Surprised only 13% hold multiple VCAPs.
    2016 Certification Goals: Starting to work on my VCDX again.
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    I'm waiting for the VCAP6-DCD, that's my excuse
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    I decided to compare these stats to the VCP version they released in December.

    The USA, UK, and Germany seem to have the highest proportion of VCPs who have gone on to VCAP - 1 in every 9 VCPs in those countries also have a VCAP, compared to only 1 in every 20 VCPs having a VCAP in India and Japan.

    So it seems the most mature markets see more folks progressing up the stack in terms of VMware certs - no big surprise!
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    I'm surprised the number in the US is still so low.
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