> Get a CCIE and tell me that again :-)  When you are handed a complicated
> network of routers and switches running all sorts of version of IOS and
> CatOS and you go to lunch, they break it and you have a certain time
> allotment to fix it all.
> Most certifications are not simple multiple choice quizes.  Just the
> ones you hear about -- the ones that suck.
>> I think seeing relevant training courses + experience on a CV trumps
>> certification anytime - unfortunately a lot of folks out there are
>> mesmerized by shiny certificates....
> Sure. But experience is very hard to get.  And since people with
> PostgreSQL experience are limited, companies adopting it need a good
> second option -- certified people.

They aren't limited, just all employed ;)

Joshua D. Drake

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