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Re^3: Perl Certification revisited

by Anonymous Monk
on Apr 16, 2009 at 10:21 UTC ( #757926=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^2: Perl Certification revisited
in thread Perl Certification revisited

Some of us would love the PERL certification exam to be available. In no other way would we be able to get job opportunities, because we donít have much, if any, experience. Iíve had a quick stint in PERL development in 1999, but was only allowed limited coding, because the retail company I worked for does not officially accept the language. Soon Iím certifying in SCJP6 just to reskill to portals. In the region I stay, IT training is spread very thin and being able to buy a certification training book online and working through it at own pace makes it accessible. Certification will do the same for PERL Ė allow this beautiful language growth and expansion.

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