RE: XML Training and Certification
So my HR Manager can make a tick-mark on Form No. 37, under the heading, "Has sufficient knowledge/recognition in ________ technology", and I can proceed to the next salary range. > -----Original Message----- > From: Paul Brown [mailto:prb@f...] > Sent: Tuesday, November 04, 2003 1:49 PM > To: Jason Kohls > Subject: Re: XML Training and Certification > > > > > Currently, what is the most widely-recognized XML certification > > track? Does it exist? And for what "standards"? > > Basically, any information on XML certification would be > appreciated. > > There are a number of good courses on XSL-FO and the like, but the > truth is that the school of hard knocks and experience are the only > worthwhile training. (Frequently, however, the cost is too high...) > > What's the goal of the training? > > Paul Brown > FiveSight Technologies, Inc. > http://www.fivesight.com > http://blog.fivesight.com/prb/ >
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