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To author, XML certificate from IBM

danny liu
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Hari,

I haven't got a xml certificate. Except IBM one, are there any other
XML certificates? Which one is best?

Thanks.

Dan
[ October 29, 2004: Message edited by: danny liu ]
Hari Vignesh Padmanaban
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check out these postings

http://www.coderanch.com/t/147294/po/certification/XML-Master-certification

There is also a certification offered by Altova

http://www.altova.com/certification_overview.html

Hope this helps
Hari Vignesh Padmanaban
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Forgot to mention my favorite in these exams - XML Exam from IBM
I have not taken the other two ..But Personally, I think Altovas exam is more tool based and the other XML Exam does not have a lot of scenario based questions

But hey i you are working a lot using XMLSPY, then mabe altovas XML exam would be a better choice !!

hope this helps
Nicholas Cheung
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Just my interest, Hari, would you go for the Portal exam?

Nick


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Hari Vignesh Padmanaban
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Hey nick,
Currrently preparing fopr MCAD and then woudl go for SQL Server 200, Win XP and Server 2003 exams ..

So i guess portal is ruled out for now ..But NOT FOR LONG
Have to catch up with u right ? so have to take more certifications ASAP
hth
hari
[ October 30, 2004: Message edited by: Hari Vignesh Padmanaban ]
Nicholas Cheung
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You are going to beyond me.

Nick
John Ewing
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Hi Danny,
I recommend the XML Master test. It covers worthwhile material, and if you scored well on IBM 141 you should be able to pass without additional study, since there's a lot of overlap.

Also, unlike IBM 141, if you pass XML Master you get access to an XML-related logo that you can use on your resume.


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danny liu
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Thanks John and Hari.

Dan
Hari Vignesh Padmanaban
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Originally posted by John Ewing:


Also, unlike IBM 141, if you pass XML Master you get access to an XML-related logo that you can use on your resume.


u do get a loogo for the IBm exam also And it sure does look COOL on your resume
John Ewing
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The logo that I got from IBM just shows a globe against a blue background with text under it that says "IBM Certified". Did you get one that actually says "XML and Related Technologies" on it? (For me, that phrase only appears on the certificate).
Hari Vignesh Padmanaban
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It dosent But I think people would refer that from your resume :roll:
of course, I agree that one with XML written over it would be surely Better
Nicholas Cheung
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I dont think so, as my knowledge was limited to Java.

You got a wide-range knowledge than me.

Nick
 
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