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While I don't want to start the certification discussion over again, Brad
>Yes, but unlike STC, the IEEE requires its applicants to qualify for
>membership. You don't just pay; you must meet certain criteria.
I don't know if this was a comment, a complaint, or concurrence - but isn't
it better to be able to join an organisation on ones merits rather than just
paying a fee? If any organisation is going to be looking after
certification, then it must be one whose members are "elected" rather than
the ones with the money. Just a thought...
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