I passed the RHCT

I’ve been in Atlanta, GA all week in a training class for my RHCT. I use RHEL @ work daily, and figured it was time to make it official that I know what I’m doing. Thankfully, my company believes in training and they were gracious enough to send me.

I had a really knowledgeable instructor, which helped. I must say, this is the hardest exam I’ve ever taken. I spent every minute outside of training in my hotel room studying. I have a couple of certifications, including MCITP: Enterprise Admin and some Juniper certs. I must say, this is the hardest cert I have achieved thus far.

I can’t say much about the actual test, but I passed with a 93%, which was awesome.

Got Red Hat questions? Fire away.

Viva La Revolution!

Jail-breaking¬†an iPad/iPhone is now as easy as navigating to www.jailbreakme.com. As one would expect, random folks have been committing jailbreaking tomfoolery right inside of the Apple stores. Apple has since blocked jailbreakme.com from their wifi hotspots, but let’s say you have an Android phone. You know, the ones with mobile¬†hot spots?

Well, then you have the complete control over the data that is being sent to/from the iPad/iPhone. Awesomeness ensues.

Jailbreaking iPad using Nexusone at local Bestbuy Store Aug 4th 2010 from IT Geek on Vimeo.

Update: Still works at Turkey Creek Best Buy. I did my civil duty and told the Geek Squad that they need to inform the powers that be to block the site if they don’t want their iPads jailbroken. They looked at me like I was crazy.