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[ale] Re: Does Certification Matter




Tommie M. Jones wrote:
> Java Certification.
> 
> I meant will 'Java Certification' get me into the door.

I kinda figured that's what you meant.  Certification alone, will not do 
  you any good, from my experience with my employer.  You need a 
technical college degree, work experience.

AT&T will do the following:

1. hire a person with a technical college degree with no experience.
2. hire a person with a goodly amount of work experience and no college 
degree.
3. will not hire a person with any certification, if that person does 
not have either a college degree or a reasonable amount of work experience.

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> 'Business Intelligence' is not an Oxymoron - http://www.intelliforge.com
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> On Mon, 4 Mar 2002, Tommie M. Jones wrote:
> 
> 
>>I know we've covered this question before.  Mostly along the lines of
>>'Certification does not predict a person's performance'
>>
>>However here is my situation.  I have a year's worth of Java Work
>>experience and am not having any luck gettin a job in Java.  Will Java at
>>the very least get me into the door.
>>
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>>'Business Intelligence' is not an Oxymoron - http://www.intelliforge.com
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