Phil, My point was not that you would get new work that you would not otherwise get. I was saying that as a hiring manager (a position I do not currently hold) I would want some indication that skills were up-to-date if my shop was using ILE functionality. I would be willing to accept certification as an indication of some familiarity. It's not the only one, and it may not be the best, but it is an indication that someone's skills are reasonably current. I have worked with programmers who do maintenance and add-on work with JD Edwards World software. They are skilled, they are talented, and they have no exposure to ILE programming because of the code base on which they work. Regards, Andy Nolen-Parkhouse > On Behalf Of firstname.lastname@example.org > Subject: Re: [Consult400] is consulting dead > > My certification got me no new work. > > But studying for it made me a better programmer, and > that may have had something to do with *keeping* > customers. > > Phil
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