I searched the monastery and found nothing so I figured it was time to ask...
Has anyone here gotten any sort of certification in Perl? If anyone has, has it helped them any in finding a new job, jockying for more money, or just in general?
I found that BrainBench
(do their tests even hold any merit or meaning?) offers such a test and I passed the "general" (didn't make MASTER - dont know enough about classes and objects and the likes and it was my first stab at the test overall), but I am just curious if there are others and what good they may serve...
Embracing insanity - one twitch at a time >:)
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