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That is not the point. Java Certification proves you can read a book
and take a test. It does not mean you can code when the requirements
are outside the box.
I would still hire experince over certification even in mission
critical apps. Why would I not?
> Ok, one last thought on my (biased) view of the value of
> People in IT are among the few groups of professionals who are not
> required to adhere to a certain standard. Doctors have to go to
> school, lawyers have to pass the bar exam, but what about the ones
> develop the mission critical applications that all industries use?
> nothing else, the Java Programmer certification is a way to
> measure one's basic concepts of the Java Language. This is a bad