August 31st, 2012
If Remedy has a Theme Song what would it be… and the list below is compiled from nominations on ARSList this week, play it using Spotify or have the list of songs below to add to your playlists
99 bottles of beer on the wall
Boulevard of Broken Dreams by Green Day
Top Gun Theme Song
Someone I use to know by Gotye
99 problems – Jay-Z
Pandemonium – HIM
The change – Evanescence
Personal Jesus – Depeche mode
If I Had my way by Valerie Dunbar
Ring of Fire – Johnny Cash
Start me up by Rolling Stones
Take this Job and Shove it
Remedy by the Black Crowes
Remedy by Little Boots
Poison by The Prodigy
The Remedy by Jason Mraz
No More Drama by Mary J. Blige
Wouldn’t It Be Good by Nik Kershaw
August 29th, 2012
Is Independent Remedy Development Dead?
I received a new email from BMC Education Services the other day as they are now offering new certifications, and they are interesting: BMC Certified Professional and BMC Certified Expert.
BMC Certified Professional: Validates technical competencies and expertise needed to install and configure the solution in a proctored lab environment to support out-of-the-box use cases. Candidates who pass the proctored exam will receive the title of BMC Certified Professional.
BMC Certified Expert: Validates technical competencies and expertise needed to deploy and configure complex use cases in a proctored lab environment. Candidates who pass the proctored exam will receive the title of BMC Certified Expert.
What is even more interesting is that the targeted role of both of these certifications is “BMC Professional Services Consultants”.
Certifications come up quite frequently for Remedy consultants, but I am amazed at the number of positions that still list the Remedy Approved Consultant (RAC) and Remedy Skilled Professional (RSP) certifications, which have not existed for a couple of years now. I think a big part of that is because most of the people that have Remedy certifications (above Administrator, that is) have these two and have not gotten them updated to the newer versions.
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