David Murphy wrote:
> companies believe that certification companies are better judges of
> skill than their own employees, and of course, a certification company
> is totally impartial, right?
i had a private email with the person and essentially suggested she try
get input from people in lug's (ilug for instance)
get course developers/presenters to participate on the mailing list
(answer/ask questions, little tutorials, etc.)
some of the sessions i saw at ilug were interesting, and i wouldn't mind
paying to go to them (in an expanded fashion) and getting some cert
saying i did so (and even a test at the end).
that would be more useful to me and any future employer. imnsho.
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