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MS Certifications

The ServerSide.NET currently has a forum Ask TheServerSide: Does Microsoft Certification Matter?

I'm amazed at how some people can take the position that certifications are of no use. I've recently achieved MCSD status and I'm studying for my MCDBA and I doing it to increase my breath of knowledge and at the same time to differentiate myself from other developers who don't have certifications. The certification in and of itself does not mean that the person who has the cert is an expert but it does show that the person has a desire to learn new technology. Having a certification is not a substitute for real-world experience, but it does mean something.

Bottom line:
It can't hurt you to have certification, it can only help you.

Certification has always been a big thing. Unfortunately the time has come for the person with EXPERIENCE to get the job.

Pretty cool.
And this is also very resourceful. Check this mcsa 2003 certification site. It pretty much covers mcsa 2003 certification related stuff.
Come and check it out if you get time.. Thanks.

Hey, This is really great . nice one.
I have a mcse 2000 certification site. It pretty much covers mcse 2000 certification related stuff.
Come and check it out if you get time.. Thanks.

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