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There are not as many opportunites for Unix System Adminstrators as for Java guys. However, companies do need qualified System Administrators. Once they hire you and they think you are good, you have a
stable position. Even when the company downsizes, it seldom lays off the System Administrator.
I am only a generic Unix user, so I cannot
tell you what interview questions people may throw at you. Sorry for disappointing you.
But one thing I can assure you: they may ask you some basic questions. For instance, how to begin a process at the back-end?
It is challenging for new Chinese immigrants to go through a job interview. Buzz words, Acronyms, Terminologies, ....
If you have experiences only on RS/6000,
your opportunites are few. You should claim
you have also experiences in Solaris , HP-UX. Trust me, for survival, you have to do so.
If you can get opportuinties to play on other
System than RS/6000 and get a feeling
how they are, it will help you a lot.
Don't read any Chinese Unix books.＜本文发表于: 相约加拿大:枫下论坛 www.rolia.net/f ＞