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Re: USB 1.0

On Wed, 04 Oct 2006 16:28:08 +0200, Hadron Quark wrote:

>> Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> I have had to pleasure to work with people who had obtained a "Microsoft
>> certification". This generally reminds me of written tests taken prior
>> to
> A bit like a University degree then? Lots of paperwork, plagiarising and
> a few practicals. But as usual, its good to see you rubbishing other
> peoples certifications. Didn't you also doubt the integrity of the
> Harvard Business School Professor?

Yes he did.
But I suppose in Roy's little world handing out propeller beanies at
"fresher week" is a big thing.

> While an MSIECS or whatever might not be rocket science, it *is*
> accreditation and indicates at least a moderate level of competence in
> the relevant field.

Yes it is and if done honestly with the intention of actually learning the
material it is valuable.
Not as valuable as having grown up from the DOS days, but valuable non the

The problem is, most of these MSCE's study for the test and that's it.
They have no practical experience.
>> driving, rather than actual experience and practical lessons inside a
>> vehicle. It also reminds me of people who learn how to use a program
>> using a
> Why does everything "remind" you of things?

Because he is a narcissist.
He has to have the last word and interject himself into every discussion.

> Roy is now defining "tutorial" for us? Does his benevolence know no
> bounds? Most technical subjects have a course comprising of written and
> practical hands work. The written material is as important, if not more
> so, as its less open to cheating and also, believe it or not, the
> ability to document ones work is quite important. Not that a lot of OSS
> programmers quite see that.

OSS is like the wild west compared to organized programming.

>> prove your skills; no book on the shelf either. People want something
> No book on the shelf wither? What on earth are you talking about?

Maybe Roy can't read?

>> physical to serve as proof, but I find that ol' skool. Electronic
>> records
> Well fancy that. People wanting proof. What is the world coming to?

Especially coming from a plagiarist.

>> take up virtually no space.
> And a print out is still "physical". Duh.

Not to mention the cost of ink/toner, the cost of paper etc.

Oh, I forgot, Roy is sponging off the University for this stuff so it
doesn't count.

Wait until he gets out in the real world and his employer is monitoring
his internet doings.

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