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On 4/21/07, A.H. <isaac840 -at- yahoo -dot- com> wrote:
> > I know this has been brought up, but i checked the
> > techwr-l archives and came up with zero hits.
> > What kinds of certifications are there that are, or
> > can be, relevant to TWing?
One option is to take Brainbench tests ans/or a certification. They
provide links to obtain training on topics; they do not train
themselves. You can find their site, testing topics (many in
technology, software, even a TW cert), and "individaul" prcing
information at: http://www.brainbench.com/xml/bb/individuals/individuals.xml
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