MCP (Microsoft Certified Professional)
I don’t even need to list that. It will probably remain the Top One for another thousand years. There are more than two million people in the world who have held this certification.
CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate)
This is the number two. Because most network management jobs today are IP related, it is in greater demand and at a higher professional level than Microsoft certification.
MCPD (Microsoft Certified Professional Developer)
This one has surged in popularity since last year. Demand for this certification has increased more than 80 percent compared to the one of the last year and the growth rate shows no sign of slowing anytime soon. Only about 3,000 people currently hold the certification. If you are looking for a certification program, I would consider this one very seriously.
SCJP (SUN Certified Programmer)
A Java certification is one of the most valuable certifications a programmer or developer can have today. Approximately 70% of business organization development projects are done through J2EE.
CISSP (Certificated Information Systems Security Professional)
It is one of the elite certifications. CISSP’s average annual income of $94,070 can be seen as a reason for this ranking. The test is six hours long and includes 250 multiple choice questions. The test also costs $500. You might want to try this.
CompTIA A + Certificated Professional
I thought everyone had one, but the truth is not like that. This is the first certification that almost everyone gets when they start out in the IT industry. It has been the most popular entry level certification so far.
CompTIA Network + Certificated Professional
It’s on the list right after an A+( spoto comptia). This is usually the second certification that all professional IT people get. That’s good, because networking and data communications analysts are number two on the “The Popular Demand” list.
MCTS SQL Server 2005 (Microsoft Certified Technical Specialist SQL Server 2005)
Next year the SQL Server 2005 will be popular. A large number of companies are switching to SQL Server 2005, and there will be a huge demand for these certification holders. Companies including the large or the small ones need these specialists for everything from planning new databases to managing and supporting existing ones.
RHCE (Red Hat Certified Engineer)
According to a survey by Saugatuck Technology and Business Week Research, 25% of enterprises will run their business applications on the Linux open source operating system by 2009. By the end of 2007 it will be 18%. RHCE has been called “the crown jewel of Linux certification.”
CompTIA Security+ Certificated Professional
The growth of Security+ certification shows no sign of abating. It covers topics such as communications security, infrastructure security, cryptosystem security, access control, and authentication. The CompTIA Security+ Certificated Professional is one of the most popular certificates in today’s world.
Ok, after seeing what we have introduced to you, I believe you also have already started planning for yourself. There must be what you need. Certificate is not the most important. Of course, mastering the skills is to make the bright future of the hard truth. Thank you for your attention of the SPOTO. More information will be here tomorrow!