Don't like the new design of the MS cert. I don't see whats wrong with the old ones.
The CWNA cert
Previous CompTIA cert design (Security+)
Cisco cert design (CCDA) (current?)
And the only one that actually look 'and feels' like a certificate:
Here's Certified Ethical Hacker
The new MS cert.
And here ya go Alien the CISSP. It actually looks and feels like my college degrees.
Its awesome. Looks like a seriouse quality cert. I can't help noticing the full paragraph of summary about its importance. I wonder what that says. May be something like "This guy can kick hackers ass big time "
Its in my dream list but the requirements are far from my wildest imagination.
Wow, IMO I think Comptia is going down more and more every year as far as their certificate quality is concerned. It is printed on regular printer paper and looks like CRAP.
It has this flashy background and the certifcation looks flat, not glossy.
Any idea what does the Charter Member mean?
I'm not expecting to receive this certificate at all as I have previously received all the relevant certificates for Vista exams.
Please help me to solve this "mystery"
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
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.