Recently, in a chat with the world’s youngest Red Hat certified professionals, a healthy conversation was held on their latest professional accomplishments and the experiences surrounding the proactive agenda of materializing the supreme certifications in Linux. Rajat Jaic Mendus, Bobby Issac and Rohan Sunil were so cool with their eyes lit up with a profound sense of satisfaction and accomplishment, they rightly remarked that “the secret of our success is the trust, confidence and inspiration that ipsr team bestowed on us and that we didn’t have the heart to let them down, this in turn has ignited our passion in Linux and kept us rising every time to this presidential heights”.
Rajat Jaic Mendus the wonder boy who became Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) at the age of 11, Red Hat Certified Security Specialist (RHCSS) at the age of 13 and Red Hat Certified Visualization Administrator (RHCVA) at the age of 18, has actualized the rare honor of Red Hat Certified Architect (RHCA) at the age of 18. The young tech enthusiast is currently graduating in Computer Science and Engineering at Amal Jyothi College of Engineering, Kanjirapally and is determined to scale greater heights in cloud and allied verticals. Here is Rajat Jaic Mendus revealing his rich and exciting experiences on his way to RHCA.
Bobby Issac a young tech savvy, could achieve RHCE at the age of 15 and RHCVA at the age of 15 and is now RHCA at the age of 18. The young guy is doing his graduation in Computer Science and Engineering at Amal Jyothi College of Engineering, Kanjirapally and is looking forward to fix a career in cloud computing. Watch Bobby Issac cherishing his memories on RHCA track.
Rohan Sunil achieved his maiden red hat certification RHCE at the age of 13 and RHCVA at the age of 18. The young man is actively pursuing his graduation in Computer Science and Engineering at College of Engineering, Kidangoor and is equally ambitiousness in cloud computing. Here is a video with Rohan Sunil sharing his experience in linux.
These young men has done an awesome job and IPSR treasures this rare achievement as a personal pride and endorse it as a world record on Red Hat platform.