HOLY ........! He's alive!Originally Posted by maes
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This is a discussion on What certifications do you have, and how much do you make? within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; Originally Posted by maes hmm, it was meant as a joke: like you have to give all your money to ...
perhaps I join perhaps I won't.
I'm a bit too busy with work (I switched to the dark side of java Muahahaha)
also, I'm planning to move, busy partying, etc.
not much time anymore for surfing the net
but I'll stop by once in a while
Oh yeah, STFU ober and axon
Damn, it feels good to be able to say that again.
Hmm I have a BS in ACMS(applied computational mathematical sciences) and I work as a programmer. Anyway, its good work, and math does come in handy while programming, as well as the logical side of programming . Decent money too
In two days I am going on M$ 70-270 course.!
Well will I have it. We will know in two weeks.!
Sorry for spelling errors, not English!
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BS in Computer Science from Washington University.
Three certs: Sun certified java Programmer, Sun Certified Business Component Developer, and Sun certfied Web Component developer.
I work for a mid-sized customer and information management company based in Little Rock, Arkansas.
I make decent money. Above average for the industry in the area...basically because there isn't an industry. I feel like i could do better in another city, but I love where i work.
THIS IS NOT JUST A CHRONICLING OF THINGS WE HAVE DONE IN THE PAST BUT OUR RISE TO POWER.
>I was wondering how well people were doing with those certs.
I have no certifications, the equivalent of an Associate's degree, and I make over $50k (though I won't say how much over). While it's possible to do well without certifications and such, it's better to stack the deck in your favor by getting them. I just got lucky.
My best code is written with the delete key.