On Fri, Feb 13, 2004 at 10:27:09AM -0800, Justin Mason wrote:
> >That said, it's probably not a market the ECDL really aims itself at,
> >but it would be useful on the ocasions where $insert_moronic_former_employer
> >demands that the IT department sit the ECDL for $insert_no_good_reason.
>> That really is astounding. I've been thinking about this... what were
> they thinking? Were they planning to go back to the board and report
> "our sysadmin team are now competent in basic computer operation skills"?
> Surely the board would then wonder why the IT director had hired sysadmins
> that previously were *not* competent in those skills?
>> Even in $moronic_employer terms, it makes little sense to me.
>> - --j.
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