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Andrew...why is it a good thing that security network professionals get
"CISSP" but it's not a good thing if tech writing professionals "X"?
Senior Technical Writer
jposada -at- book -dot- com
"Alright, nobody move! I've got a dragon here, and I'm not afraid to use it"
> 4. Certification does not, necessarily, weed out the morons.
> If anything, it
> gives morons a false sense of accomplishment as well as one
> more thing to
> obsess to madness over. I know numerous MCSE and A+ certified
> people who are
> stark raving twits when it comes to technology.
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