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Novell CNE now top 15 paying cert?

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Just got this from a Global Training.

8. CNE: Certified Novell Engineer - $91,350

The Certified Novell Engineer (CNE) shows that those certified individuals have the expertise and knowledge to solve advanced company-wide support problems and high-level network problems. They perform planning, installation, configuration, troubleshooting, and upgrade services for networks. The Certified Novell Engineer (CNE) has been recognized as one of the IT industry's leading certifications for advanced networking and troubleshooting professionals.

Is this because we're dying and retiring?

Ain't seen much Novell and I'm in the middle of tech nirvana (Silicon Valley).
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Not really sure what the question is. I held certs of CNA, CNE3, CNE4, ECNE, and (I think) MCNE. What I learned during these years about troubleshooting networks, applications, and hartdware has certainly served me well over the years, and I'm certainly not dead yet...
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Kind of a statement/question.

I've installed a lot of Novell product and I haven't touched the it in literally years because the demand just isn't there.
Novell as a partner has kind of sucked too because every time you turned around ,they changed things.
Actually I was surprised to see Brainshare back as it has been on hiatus for quite a while.

This forum has been very dead for a couple of years now and was just pondering have I missed something in Novell making a comeback?
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kind of rhetorical why question as Netware certainly seems dead  given the Attachmate aqisistion.
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I agree.  Since there was no relevant question, there can be no relevant answer.  

To directly answer your question: Yes, some NetWare CNE's have died and retired.  

Or, you could look at it as the people who have been in the IT industry for 25+ years will all have CNE certifications, since this was before the M$ days.  And anyone with 25 years of experience will certainly be at the management level by now, and will therefore be making more.
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no relevant answer
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