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>>I've been looking at the Microsoft Certified Professional
>>credential using Frontpage 98. I figure if I can get thru
>>the first hoop then the other hoops (MCP+Site Building,
>>or maybe +Internet) should be relatively straightforward.
>>My questions are simple ones (for those that have jumped
>>thru the accreditation hoops): has the time, money and
>>effort been worthwhile? Has it made you a more valuable
I think it makes people more marketable, not necessisarily more valueable.
I do not think Bill Gates is certified, but he runs a fairly large software
Some potential employers look for certifications not necessisarily talent.
THE best c++ programmers i personally know are not certified and they are