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On Fri, 15 May 2009 17:51:15 +0100, Kline Sphere <.> wrote:

>ms certs are a waste of space. anyone who says otherwise is either
>stinky, a brain fart provider or a worthless cock.

You seem to be getting confused between the mcse and the mcngp!
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> First you need the certificate to get the interview...

Again, this hasn't been my experience at all.

> Anyway, if its worthless to you, perhaps its because you just haven't
> figured out how to use it.

I went and got my MCSE back in the day because I thought it would increase
my marketability, turns out it did nothing for me. MS certifications have
been worthless for the most part, today I only get a certification if a
contract stipulates it as a requirement.

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