[nSLUG] Linux Certifications
adam.hartling.ns at gmail.com
Tue Apr 13 20:26:42 ADT 2010
>In general, I agree. Just getting a cert in order to get a
>job is silly; and ignoring resumes which don't have certs on
>them is equally silly. In fact most HR departments are
>extremely silly IMHO... But that's a bigger topic.
I have to ask, other professions have certifications and courses, some
required to work in certain professions and for job advancements. Why is it
that certifications in computer related professions have a reputation as
being unnecessary and somehow beneath qualified people? My partner is a
teacher and he had to take courses and certifications to advance in his
career, and I recall my Aunt having to take an exam to earn a certification
in her loan officer position to advance as well. Aren't certifications and
the like just a normal part of a professional career?
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