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From Yan Lin <yansheng_...@yahoo.com>
Subject Apache/Tomcat/Struts Certification Proposal
Date Thu, 19 Feb 2004 17:20:51 GMT
Hi, 

I am not sure if anyone has thought of this.  From my
research, I don't think it's possible for anyone to
get certified on Apache products at this point.  But
since there are so many companies looking for people
with these kind of skills, it would be nice to have an
recognized entity like Apache Foundation to help the
companies in determining who is the best candidate.  

For example, I have been working on a lot of projects
with Tomcat and Struts, but without a certification,
it's kind of hard to convince employers that I have
solid work experience in these areas, especially when
the potential employers are not that technical.  I
know there are other ways you can show your skills(I
have project on sourceforge), but when facing a pile
of resume, no one is going to open up a browser
window.... 

Maybe I am dreaming of San Francisco beach again this
morning, but anyone agrees with me that this is
something that we need?

Thanks!

-Yan

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